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Re: equation editor
wzhd <dev@xxxxxxxx>, zim-wiki email list <zim-wiki@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Paulo van Breugel <p.vanbreugel@xxxxxxxxx>
Thu, 26 Nov 2015 10:56:34 +0100
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Thanks, I had been looking in equationeditor.py file, but wasn't sure
how to add the -D option.
The reason I want to be able to change the resolution is to make the
image suitable to be used in printed documents, which normally requires
a dpi of 300. But that would result in a very large image in the
notebook. A solution for me (but perhaps not so much for you) would be
an option to resize the image display in the notebook (like you can do
with a normal image). The option to use svg instead of png would be even
better, perhaps also for your user case?
On 26-11-15 10:28, wzhd wrote:
I have been thinking about the same thing since I got a HiDPI screen.
Currently, I have only managed to make the images bigger, by passing
the option "-D 192" to the "dvipng" command. The modified version is
However this is not perfect, when I open the notebook on other
computers, the equations are too big.
On 26 November 2015 at 00:29, Paulo van Breugel
<p.vanbreugel@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:p.vanbreugel@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
Hi Jaap and other Zim devs,
The 'insert equation' function is a great function, producing nice
looking equations in Zim. However, the resolution of the image
(png file) that is generated by the addon is fairly low. Is there
a way to change the resolution of the image? Or even better, would
it be possible to add the option to store the on-the-fly generaged
image as svg instead of png? This would provide in perfectly
scalable solution for any document.
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