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I need to use equations in TeX/LaTeX in Indesign document with full support (import equation, upgrade, modification etc.)

does anyone know such software?

I don't know of a plug-in to integrate TEX/LaTEX equations at all, much less editing of them. However, you can download LyX, which is basically a word processor that can use TEX/LaTex equations and export them as PDFs that can then be linked in ID and would update when there are changes. It is a free solution.

https://www.lyx.org/Home

MathType can also be used and is, to me, a low-cost solution and is what I have used in the past.

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TeX in Indesign

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I need to use equations in TeX/LaTeX in Indesign document with full support (import equation, upgrade, modification etc.)

does anyone know such software?

I don't know of a plug-in to integrate TEX/LaTEX equations at all, much less editing of them. However, you can download LyX, which is basically a word processor that can use TEX/LaTex equations and export them as PDFs that can then be linked in ID and would update when there are changes. It is a free solution.

https://www.lyx.org/Home

MathType can also be used and is, to me, a low-cost solution and is what I have used in the past.

Mike

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I don't know of a plug-in to integrate TEX/LaTEX equations at all, much less editing of them. However, you can download LyX, which is basically a word processor that can use TEX/LaTex equations and export them as PDFs that can then be linked in ID and would update when there are changes. It is a free solution.

https://www.lyx.org/Home

MathType can also be used and is, to me, a low-cost solution and is what I have used in the past.

Mike

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Thanks

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I have script to integrate MathType equations at all, but i want use TeX equation because TeX is more professional and has more options and looks nicer 🙂

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Hi ociecg, In-TeX/LaTeX is a JavaScript tool to compile LaTeX codes (not only math equations) to PDF in InDesign, it can run both in macOS and Windows.
For more: http://github.com/cooldtp/InTeXLaTeX
DEMO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbyDlTIpCIE

In-TeX/LaTeX is a JavaScript tool to compile LaTeX codes to PDF in InDesign, it can run both in macOS and Windows. for more: http://github.com/cooldtp/InTeX...

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