Updates: The issue has been fixed. You can install the latex version latexocr with GUI on M-Series Mac. You can copy the below code to your terminal.
This post introduces an alternative tool for LaTex code. I used Mathpix for a long time. However, it only provides 10 snips a month if you do not have a subscription.
Then I find LaTex-OCR project from GitHub. You can easily follow the official doc to install and use this project.
The precondition is you have installed Python on your system.
You can install any native version ( 3.7) of Python via
Once you installed Python, you can install the project by
The system will install
Then open the
terminaland run the project with code
Then take a screenshot of the wanted equation and copy it. Then press
enterto render the code. For example, I want the DDM equation:
The project will render code as follow:
If you want to install PyQt5 via
arm64, the system will return an error:
You should run python and terminal via
Rosetta x86. I posted an instruction on how to install
x86python here. You can use the same method to install python and run
Just follow the post and finish the setting.
Run the following code to install:
Open GUI with code:
The system will start the project like this:
You can snip the equation. However, the performance is unstable. The GUI constantly crash.
The problem may be fixed in the next version after updating to PyQt6.