I feel that it would be useful to have an export feature in the Equation editor to allow it to export to image files (specifically SVG). This way the formulas can be created and then can be placed onto websites and posters created with other applications more easily.
The Impress portion of LibreOffice contains SVG and image export fuctionality for the slides, so this functionality might be similar to that functionality.
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(In reply to Ian McInerney from comment #0)
> I feel that it would be useful to have an export feature in the Equation
> editor to allow it to export to image files (specifically SVG). This way the
> formulas can be created and then can be placed onto websites and posters
> created with other applications more easily.
> The Impress portion of LibreOffice contains SVG and image export
> fuctionality for the slides, so this functionality might be similar to that
On exporting to html it does convert them to images if I remember well. Should not be extremly difficult to find the code and add a button.