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Paul Topping said:
> MathPlayer (www.dessci.com/mathplayer), the free MathML engine for
> Internet Explorer supports Content MathML.
>
> Paul Topping
> Design Science
None browser _natively_ support content MathML because even Amaya or
Mozilla Firefox are supporting pMathML alone.
Yes, you can install a thirdparty plugin in MSIE with good support for
both pMathML and cMathML. Therefore, after 10 years of efforts with
mathematical drafts and specs. MathPlayer appears like the only posibility
for rendering semantic markup online. This effort from Design Science may
be recognized in no doubt.
A question, can Mathplayer understand and render adequately examples of
***real*** content MathML typed below i discovered just some days ago (i
will further analize in canonical science today)?
<math>
<semantics>
<apply>
<eq/>
<ci>x</ci>
<cn>5</cn>
<apply/>
<annotation encoding="TeX">
x_i = 5
</annotation>
</semantics>
</math>
This would NOT be rendered as x=5.
<math>
<?contextmathmldirective log location left?>
<apply><log/>
<logbase><ci>7</ci></logbase>
<ci>x</ci>
<apply/>
</math>
This would NOT be rendered as log_7(x). The context PI is based in ConText
software listed at MathML software page
[http://www.w3.org/Math/Software/mathml_software_cat_composition_engines.html]
Juan R.
Center for CANONICAL SCIENCE)
