# Release Notes 1.1.10

Release Date Dec 22, 2023

## Whatâ€™s new

### Adding Multi-line Equations in the â€˜LaTeX Math Editorâ€™

In LaTeX formats equations, the double backslash command`\\`

is used to create a new line or initiate a line break. The double backslash command `\\`

in the LaTex Math Editor generates the following code and creates a new line automatically.

```
\begin{align}
<equation 1> \\
<equation 2> \\
<equation 3>
\end{align}
```

Note: This feature also works for the LaTex Unit and LaTex Inline Macros. Click on the following links for detailed documentation:

Adding Multi-line Equations in the LaTeX Math Block Macro

### Introducing a shortcut key to open the Anchor field in the LaTex Math Editor

An anchor tag within any page connects and references equations on different pages. You can click the **Anchor** button in the editor or use the keyboard shortcut (**Ctrl+K) **to** **open the popup. Now, type the anchor name and press **Enter** to save the reference. This reference can now be used with any LaTeX Math Block Reference macro.

### Add equations quickly using the Virtual Keyboard in your Latex Math Editor

We're excited to introduce the Virtual Keyboard in the LaTex Math Editor. You can just click on buttons on the virtual keyboard instead of typing them, making it simpler to create and add equations to your documents.

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## Questions & Feedback

We welcome your feedback on this new feature update. If you encounter any challenges or have ideas for enhancements, we encourage you to open a support ticket with us here. Your feedback will help us make the feature the best it can be.Â

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