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Old   February 14, 2009, 16:14
Default Preview of Coming Equation Writing Functionality
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You might have seen the discussions here lately about our switch to a new forum software here on CFD Online. One nice feature with the new forum software is that it will be possible to write mathematical equations in LaTeX. I have written a short guide about this new functionality. The guide is written as a forum message so all equations you see in the guide can be written in a normal forum message. You can find the guide here:

Scroll down to the bottom to see some nice examples of typical CFD related formulas.

This is just a teaser to get you all interested in this new forum. We are still not ready to launch it and registrations are closed, but I hope that we will be ready for an official launch within a few weeks.

Those with a slow network connection will probably find the page above quite slow to load. It is filled with equation images generated by the new forum software.
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