LaTeX in Discord
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Render LaTeX in Discord chat.

This addon will render LaTeX formulas in the Discord browser client. To type a formula to render, use $e^x$ for inline or $$e^x$$ for display mode. Note that Discord can be a bit funny with the characters *, _, and \. Adding backslashes \ before those to escape Discord's message formatting functions will fix your messages.

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Mateo MoralesApr 21, 2024

It does not work for me :c maybe it is outdated

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hau ruckDec 10, 2020

Many, many thanks for finally inventing this. It almost works flawlessly. Why just almost? Because firstly, you have to put crazy amounts of escaping backslashes into the equations and secondly, because things often render in a rather ugly way. For example the integral symbols are just one line high and don't reach the lower and upper limit's position. Also the big parenthesis are rendered as small standard ones which makes things like putting fractions into functions like sin, log or powers ... Show more

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GhospeasNov 23, 2020

Isn't it crazy how no-one has written a review for this yet? I'll gladly put in my two cents. I often find myself needing to format math equations when I'm trying to explain some homework to my peeps, and LaTeX was the first thing to pop into my mind as a solution. Sadly, since Discord doesn't natively support it, I've been trying to find ways to easily sneak it in. I've heard that Discord bots are a good remedy for this, but that only seems to work for servers, not when it comes to direct m... Show more

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