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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 p-MathML alone.
Yes, you can install a third-party plugin in MSIE with good support for
both p-MathML and c-MathML. Therefore, after 10 years of efforts with
mathematical drafts and specs. MathPlayer appears like the only posibility
for rendering semantic markup on-line. 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)?
x_i = 5
This would NOT be rendered as x=5.
<?context-mathml-directive log location left?>
This would NOT be rendered as log_7(x). The context PI is based in ConText
software listed at MathML software page
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