Sep 25 2023 07:44 AM
Sep 25 2023 07:44 AM
My math quizzes work perfectly well for our students but in presentation mode, all formulas presented are not rendered. I tried it with a different account of a friend: creating the same quiz works perfectly well (on the same machine / browser).
I am associated to a Microsoft 365 A5 for faculty subscription.
Sep 25 2023 08:13 AM - edited Sep 25 2023 08:14 AM
you're experiencing issues with math quizzes in presentation mode. To address this problem, you may need to consider several factors and potential solutions:
Presentation Software Compatibility: Ensure that the presentation software you are using (e.g., PowerPoint, Google Slides, Keynote) lunchtime bonus prediction for today supports the rendering of math equations and quizzes properly. Some presentation software may have limited support for rendering complex math notation.
Math Equation Format: Check the format in which the math equations and quizzes are included in your presentation. Some presentation software supports LaTeX for rendering math equations. Ensure that the equations are correctly formatted in the supported syntax.
Fonts and Symbols: Sometimes, rendering issues can occur due to missing fonts or symbols required for math notation. Make sure you have the necessary fonts or math symbol packages installed on your computer.
Presentation Mode Settings: Review the settings in presentation mode to ensure that they are configured correctly. Sometimes, display or rendering issues can be resolved by adjusting settings related to slides and media.,.....................
Sep 25 2023 07:13 PM
Math formulas are not supported in presentation mode, that's a limitation right now.
Sep 26 2023 04:40 AM
Sep 26 2023 07:13 PMSolution
Sep 26 2023 09:38 PM
Oct 09 2023 05:50 PM
Oct 10 2023 03:46 AM
@Dingkun Xie I think you misunderstood my request. Currently we can enter an equation in the line below the question when equation mode is selected. It is this equation that does not show in present mode. Why would I want to present only part of a question?
Oct 10 2023 04:18 AM
@Sue_Q65 Thank you for mentioning this. This would also be one of my follow up questions. Below the question, one can add an equation as shown below:
Unfortunately, the equation is not shown in presentation mode:
Oct 10 2023 06:55 AM
There is no misunderstanding, as that's exactly what I confirmed with the Product team. Perhaps I shouldn't have labeled it as a question title, but unfortunately, the new experience is the same as the old one and there are no plans to support it yet. I have attached the old experience as a reference.
Oct 10 2023 06:57 AM
@Dingkun Xie That is very unfortunate as that makes present feature of no use to math teachers.