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    MathMagic Support commented  · 

    MathMagic used to support Adobe InDesign, since InDesign v2.0.
    The current version supports InDesign CC 20xx as well.

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    MathMagic Support commented  · 

    @Claudio Marconato, thanks for asking. I am afraid MathMagic is mentioned too often lately but I guess it is OK to answer you because this info is publicly available many places.

    As you can find from the attached screenshot, MathMagic is available through InDesign's Plug-ins menu, or right-button clicked contextual menu, or InDesign's toolbar on the left bottom.

    To add a new equation, you can simply select "New Equation". To re-edit an equation, you can simply double-click on it.
    Inserted equation in a text box as an inline object will automatically align its baseline to the text baseline.
    As explained below, MathML or LaTeX / Plain TeX and other info can also be converted or inserted.

    If you need to change the font or size or other style of your equations in the whole InDesign doc or in a certain range or pages, a new Style can be applied to all those equations at once. For example, when your InDesign's body text need to change its font or size, all equations can also be changed accordingly quickly.

    All equations are placed in EPS format so InDesign handles them natively. So you do not need MathMagic application or plugin installed, if you do not need to create or reedit equations. Your InDesign documents with MathMagic equations can be shared with other designers or printing service bureau without asking them to install MathMagic, and future versions of InDesign can handle the those equations even if MathMagic is not installed.

    Overall, MathMagic should just work seamlessly, like a part of InDesign's builtin feature.
    Hope this answered you.

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    MathMagic Support commented  · 

    @Raja, Gejaraj: Thank you. If you have a Mac, and would like to test the current MathMagic Pro on macOS, please send us a brief email to support@mathmagic.com. We would like to offer you an Evaluation copy.

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    MathMagic Support commented  · 

    @Raja, Gejaraj
    May we ask when you tried MathMagic because we could not find your name from our database for the last 10+ years.
    Was it just a Trial version with limited features? Or, purchased under a different name?

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    MathMagic Support commented  · 

    If you'd like to see the Conversion of MathML block to an Equation on the fly... screenshot attached.

    Please make sure the Smart Quotes are not enabled and not used in the MathML expression.

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    MathMagic Support commented  · 

    For those who need to convert MathML into equation within InDesign document....

    MathMagic Pro supports converting the MathML expression block or LaTeX expression within a text box into an equation. It will automatically search the block around the cursor or just convert the selected text block into math equation, in EPS format.
    The equation can also be converted to other formats such as SVG, PDF, MathML, LaTeX, PNG, JPG, ..., as necessary.
    Inserted equations in a text box as inline graphics automatically align its baseline to the text baseline.
    Free trial can be used to see the features.

    For an evaluation copy to test for a longer period, please contact us: support at mathmagic.com

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