[Libreoffice] New symbol in Math ?

Regina Henschel rb.henschel at t-online.de
Sun Jun 5 05:42:45 PDT 2011


(and now to the list and not only to Oliver. I hate this mailing list 

Olivier Hallot schrieb:
> Hi
> Just a simple question on adding new math symbols to LO Math.
> In a recent post in the info list, a professor asked to add the symbol
>> 	non exist
>   Unicode symbol: U+2204 THERE DOES NOT EXIST ∄
> to Math elements windows.
> However, it looks like Math formulas are based on MathML 2.0
> http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML2/chapter4.html#contm.exists

LO doesn't use Content markup but Presentation Markup. As far as I 
understand it, you can put ∄ into a mo-element.

> and no mention to "There does not exists".

I think it is in the dictionary as "∄"


> Shall I imply that implementing this symbol will break the ODF Standard,
> and therefore should not be implemented?

I'm more concerned about the annotation, which has encoding="StarMath 5.0".

Kind regards

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