## Prologue

With the release of OmniMarkupPreviewer v1.6, you can embed $\LaTeX$ and MathML equations directly into your Markdown documents. Equations are handled with the excellent MathJax library.

## Usage

### Settings

In order to enable MathJax, you have to set "mathjax_enabled" to true in your OmniMarkupPreviewer settings. MathJax will be downloaded automatically in the background, so hold on.

OmniMarkupPreviewer.sublime-settings:

NOTE (Linux) For linux users, because ssl module is missing from Linux version of Sublime Text 2, you have to download and extract MathJax library manually:

Extract to ${packages}/OmniMarkupPreviewer/public/: Create an empty file named .MATHJAX.DOWNLOADED in the plugin folder: After MathJax is installed successfully, you have to reload your browser to apply the changes. ### Writing Equations #### Inline Equations Enclose your euqation in $ delimiters to include an inline $\LaTeX$ equation, for example:

This expression $\sqrt{3x-1}+(1+x)^2$ is an example of a $\LaTeX$ inline equation.

Alternatively, native MathJax delimiter for inline math ($ and $) is also supported.

#### Display Equations

To include a $\LaTeX$ display equation you have to enclose the equation in $$ delimiters, for example:$$ \begin{aligned} \dot{x} & = \sigma(y-x) \\ \dot{y} & = \rho x - y - xz \\ \dot{z} & = -\beta z + xy \end{aligned} 

The alternative syntax of native MathJax delimiter for display math ($ and $) is also provided.

#### MathML Equations

You can alsow insert MathML euqations, just wrap your equation inside the standard [itex] tag: