# [Xerte] Re: LaTex and stripslashes

Dave Burnett d_b_burnett at hotmail.com
Thu May 23 14:04:23 BST 2013

Emily, did you see Tom's reply?
======================================================================On 23 May 2013, at 12:21, Tom Reijnders <reijnders at tor.nl> wrote:

Hi,

The fact that we loose '\'when reentering the editor is a known issue. I'll give it another go to try and fix this.

In the mean time, the math capabilities  of Xerte Online Toolkits 2.0 have been enhanced with MathJax. So if you have XOT 2,0 at your disposal you can do the same with:

Re=(rho*nu*d)/eta
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It's a known issue and Tom i s going to take a look at it.
Could yo u upgrade to XOT 2.0?It has a better math handler.
Dave

Date: Thu, 23 May 2013 11:28:28 +0100
From: E.Lumley at hull.ac.uk
To: xerte at lists.nottingham.ac.uk
Subject: [Xerte] LaTex and stripslashes

Hi,

I know this subject has been asked many times, but I still can't seem to get to the bottom of it from the archive feeds. I am not particularly good with computer language, although I am getting better, so if you could give me a step by step approach as to how to solve the problem of Xerte taking away backslashes in LaTex code on publishing, that would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks
Emily

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