Inline entry of unicode characters

Inline entry of unicode characters

Postby funwalla » Mon Mar 24, 2014 12:24 am

Hello,

I would like to use Freeplane to create propositional and predicate logic trees to aid my studies and would like to be able to add unicode characters such as universal and existential quantification (uncode &#x2200 and &#x2203 respectively) as inline text during node creation. I understand that these characters can be added by editing the node core in dialog, but I am trying to determine if I can use Freeplane as a note taking and proposition analysis tool and need to be able to quickly add such characters inline. I would greatly appreciate any help that anyone may be able to provide.

Thanks and regards,

John
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Re: Inline entry of unicode characters

Postby fnatter » Mon Mar 24, 2014 6:15 am

hi John,

in 1.3.x (1.3.7_03 is pretty stable), you can use the LaTeX feature to do that.
Enter this in a node:
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\latex \forall \exists

(you can set Format=LaTeX instead of the "\latex " prefix)

For more information about LaTeX in Freeplane, see:
http://freeplane.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/LaTeX_in_Freeplane

Best Regards,
Felix
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Re: Inline entry of unicode characters

Postby funwalla » Mon Mar 24, 2014 7:28 pm

Thank you, Felix; exactly what I needed. I greatly appreciate your help.

All the best,

John
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