I have a book that was originally created in Quark 6.5 with PowerMath. I converted all the equations to PowerMath export and resaved the file.
I opened InDesign 3.0 that has the Q2ID extension and was able to convert the document. I can highlight the equations and convert them to PowerMath fine.
One problem: Some of the definitions are not in the new superset. Is there a way to load and old superset to the new PowerMath 4.0? In the old version, the supersets were in a folder. When I search for "superset" on the newer Mac, nothing shows up even though, in the PowerMath menu it shows 4 different supersets.
Does anyone know where the supersets reside and can old ones be imported? Otherwise, I have to create dozens of new pi characters.
Is there an option to create the a superset that matches what you had in Quark? and ensure it matches before you run the Q2ID conversion?
I'm not familiar with PowerMath, just thinking out loud basically.
Also might be worth asking that question at PowerMath Support page: PowerMath Support | Power-House Software
Post the solution if you do find one, as it might help others that run into a similar issue.