I meant I want to use something like that for Display Math:

$$ LaTeX Code $$

And something like that for Inline Math:

Inline Math $ LaTeX Code $.

I hope this time it will work and will be displayed correctly.

]]>I meant I want to use something like that for Display Math:

$$ LaTeX Code $$

And something like that for Inline Math:

Inline Math $ LaTeX Code $.

I hope this time it will work and will be displayed correctly.

]]>You could of course have gotten rid of the unwanted directories by doing: dirstruct(1:2) = [];

This if of course how buggy code is written. The assumption that ‘.’ and ‘..’ are always the first two entry is wrong. The ordering is alphabetical (as far as I know this is undocumented, so may not even always be true) and there are several characters that comes before ‘.’, e.g. the ‘+’ matlab package directories.

A truly fullproof way of removing these directory

dirsctruct(ismember(dirstruct.name, {'.', '..'})) = [];

What I don’t understand is why matlab dir returns these completely pointless entries in the first place.

]]>I know what you suggested and this is exactly the issue with Live Editor.

What’s needed is a smoother user experience using $…$ and $$…$$ escapes as in Jupyter.

Or at least make is also valid.

This box is just unneeded extra clicks.

Jupyter is perfect, just Copy & Paste.

1. Have support for MarkDown.

2. Have support to write Inline Math using $ LaTeX Code $ and Display Math using $$ LaTeX Code $$.

This matches Jupyter and will make things easier for most.

Currently it takes too much time to write Math using the wizard.

]]>I find it most useful when you’ve got an image and you want to find the “left-most” or “right-most” pixels meeting some criteria. ]]>