Using MathML-Based Speech to Edit Math in Different Math Models

This post discusses how an Assistive Technology program (AT) can use Presentation MathML to create consistent speech for editing equations created with different math models, such as OfficeMath and MathType. A goal is to make the speech and editing experience be as similar as possible, even though the underlying math models differ in significant ways….

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Using Math Alphanumerics in Code and Web Pages

The post UTF-8 RTF shows how much easier it is to read the rich text format (RTF) with Unicode characters instead of the RTF \uN notation. You see the real characters instead of signed 16-bit decimal numbers and two such numbers for characters above the BMP. In fact, UTF-8 RTF is remarkably readable. The same…

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RichEdit 9 Additions

Six years have past since the post RichEdit 8 Feature Additions and a lot has happened in between. Along the way, several versions have shipped, but we might as well call the current one RichEdit 9, This covers RichEdit up through Office 2019 and includes some features of more recent Office 365 versions. The latter…

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