Last few weeks I didn’t work much on the software. However, I fond a short but beautiful Math-o-mir review here: http://www.matrix44.net/blog/?p=972. Thanks for it, Egon.
I was also contacted by Lukas Dürrenberger who has concerns about mixing math and plain text in Math-o-mir. For example, math teachers often use questions in form like…
a=0: so that x=3*a
I must agree with him and I am going to improve Math-o-mir in this direction… only… all this “feature-for-a-math-teacher” stuff are holding me from improving the symbolic calculator feature of Math-o-mir. This feature would be more interesting to real engineers (sorry fellows).