Andrei Ambrazevich
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4 votes1 comment · Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » Text and Type · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Andrei Ambrazevich commented
Probably this would help a bit  https://scand.com/products/mathmlkit/. Thought this plugin doesn't mean to edit formulas at least you don't need to convert them to .eps or .pdf to get high quality print.

2 votesAndrei Ambrazevich commented
Only 3rd party plugins are available ( Probably this would help a bit  https://scand.com/products/mathmlkit/. Though it doesn't mean to edit formulas at least you don't need to convert them to .eps or .pdf to get high quality print.

35 votes9 comments · Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » Text and Type · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Andrei Ambrazevich commented
Probably this would help a bit  https://scand.com/products/mathmlkit/. Thought this plugin doesn't mean to edit formulas at least you don't need to convert them to .eps or .pdf to get high quality print.

1 voteAndrei Ambrazevich commented
Probably this would help  https://scand.com/products/mathmlkit/. Thought it couldn't edit formulas at least you don't need to convert them to .eps or .pdf to print in high quality.
Well, perhaps the simplest and easytouse tool for me (as a designer) was MathML Kit for Adobe CS. If my memory doesn't trick me it's not an Adobe product but a thirdparty solution. But it felt quite light and useful for me as it helps to automate such operations like import of MathML formulas. Yes, there're some other apps like MathType but they seemed too difficult and bulky for me and obviously I don't need an editor for math expressions. The thing is just to put them in a .indd and get a vectorlike quality output. That's it. For everyone's interested you may find the Kit right here  https://scand.com/products/mathmlkit/.