LaTex List of Equations (Math Blocks) Macro  (Cloud)
This macro displays a list of all the equations created using the LaTeX Math Block macro. You can create them on the same page or a different page.
To work with the LaTeX List of Equations (Math Block), you must install the LaTeX Math application. For more information, see Installation.
You must specify the Anchor in the LaTex Math Block macro to generate the list of equations using the LaTex List of Equations (Math Blocks) macro.
This page provides you with information about the following articles:
Parameters
The following table provides you with a description of the parameters:
Parameter Name  Default  Mandatory  Description 

Page  Current Page 
(With Constraints)  Select the page from the dropdown list. If you want to use the equations from the current page leave it blank. 
Include children 

 Check this option to include the equations in the list from the child page(s). This includes the equation(s) from the selected parent page's child page(s). 
Show anchor 

 Check this option to display the Anchor name in the hyperlink text. 
Working with Parameters
The following examples provide you with how to work with the parameters:
Example 1
Example 2
Example 3
Example 4
Creating LaTex List of Equations (Math Blocks) Macro
To create a LaTex List of Equations (Math Blocks), Perform the following steps:
1. Create a new page or Edit the page where you want to create a list of equations.
2. Type / or click the + icon.
3. Select LaTex List of Equations (Math Blocks) and Click Insert. The LaTex List of Equations (Math Blocks) window is displayed.
4. Enter the following parameters:
a. Page
b. (Optional) Include children
c. (Optional) Show anchor
Editing LaTex List of Equations (Math Blocks)
To edit a LaTex List of Equations (Math Blocks), do the following:
1. Select the math block and click the icon. The LaTex List of Equations (Math Blocks) window is displayed.
2. You can change any of the parameters that you want to change and click x (close). The change is automatically displayed.
To delete LaTex List of Equations (Math Blocks), select the block and click the icon. The block is deleted.