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I am looking for a text-editor with full unicode-math support. Plaintext math entered and rendered properly. I am not expecting typographical features and symbol-repositioning like LaTeX, but at least render the symbols linearly. And of course input method for it, so I do not need to copy and paste.

Is there such an app available? (anywhere, not just repositories)

Note: I do know about OpenOffice, LibreOffice, Word, TeX, LaTeX, MathML, etc; but I want plaintext!

This webapp is the closest that I could find.

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You can use Character Map plugin in gedit. To enable it, go to Edit > Preferences > Plugins and enable Chararcter Map. You might have to enable Side Panel too. For that just use the shortcut F9.

CharacterMap

You might want to select Common from the list.

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The best editor are VIM, Emacs and Gedit. All with unicode support. There are so many plugins available for them to do such functionality.

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Although designed as a journal, in RedNotebook you combine without any effort txt2tags markup, LaTeX and html. I mean, you don't need to type anything but your equations as in LaTeX, or your Unicode characters, or whatever you wish.

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