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InMath Update With New Reader Functionality

The folks at i.t.i.p. have just announced updates to their math typesetting plug-in, InMath. There are versions for both InDesign CS2 and CS3. The updates incorporate the new  “Reader” functionality, which protects documents opened in both InDesign and InCopy when the fully-functioning version of InMath is absent. Specifically, if you auto-recover from an InDesign or InCopy crash without the plug-ins present, you risk Very Bad Things happening to your InMath expressions. The reader version of InMath is free, but you have to request it via e-mail. More details on the risk and the reader at i.t.i.p.’s news pages.

Mike Rankin

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One Comment on “InMath Update With New Reader Functionality

  1. I was very pleased to see that ITIP responded so quickly and was very proactive in getting this announcement out to people. Here was one other link that describes the issues.

    Basically, they’re just wanting to make sure that everyone who actively uses documents with InMath expressions has, at least, the InMath reader plug-in, just as a prophylactic. (How often do we get to use that word on this site!?)

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