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The Math Ebook Viewer is a reading app that incorporates MathJax for mathematical expressions. To use the Viewer, the first step is to import book content into a database (library) located on your desktop or mobile device. The Viewer can then access the local database and allows you to bookmark, highlight, annotate and search even without internet connection.
Import Books Into Library
There are two ways you can add (import) books into the database for offline reading.
How Long will Import Take
Desktops: Chrome, Firefox, IE10+, and Safari.
Mobile: Safari, Android 4.1+, Chrome for Android, and IE11+.
Note: For Android devices, it is recommended that you install the Chrome browser if your original browser is not Chrome.
Add the Viewer to Home Screen
On Safari and the latest Chrome for Android, a Web page launched from the home screen will be displayed in FULL SCREEN (the "APP mode") which has more viewing area than the "Browser mode" that typically displays the Web address. By adding the Viewer to home screen, the storage quota can also be dramatically increased. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that you add the Viewer to home screen.
Bookmark, Highlight, Annotation and More
Please see Help for the BSON BooksViewer which has the same basic functionalities as the Math Ebook Viewer.
How to Write Math Notes
In the edit box, you must add the delimiters to distinguish mathematical expression from regular text.
$$: Begin or end of an equation.
\]: End displayed equation .
\[: Begin displayed equation.
\): End in-line math expression.
\(: Begin in-line math expression.
Please note that a single $ is not supported because it is commonly used in a text.
The standard delimiter for AsciiMath is backquote (`) , which in a physical keyboard is located at the top left, same as tilde (~). This character, however, is missing in some mobile devices. Therefore, the Viewer also supports a custom delimiter: two consecutive tildes (~~) on both sides of an expression.