### Typing an equation.. is it a bug ?

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**Sat Jul 06, 2019 1:46 pm**Sorry, but this is my first attempt to use onlyoffice.

I was trying the cloud service.

I created a new document, and typed a equation as this

a + b = c

If I realize that the right side of this equation should be squared, I selected the "a + b" then I go to Equation menu, then Scripts, and Superscripts and ....

Then all selected part of the Equation is erased ! I had to write all the right side again. This is a simple example, imagine if the selected text(equation) is a complex one ! Well, you can say that I need to select the text to be squared (modified) and copy to the clipboard(control-C), go to te Equation and son on, and then copy (Control-V) to the empty space reserved for a SuperScript data. No it is not. It is not the easy way.

It seems to be a bug, doesn't it ?

Angelo.

I was trying the cloud service.

I created a new document, and typed a equation as this

a + b = c

If I realize that the right side of this equation should be squared, I selected the "a + b" then I go to Equation menu, then Scripts, and Superscripts and ....

Then all selected part of the Equation is erased ! I had to write all the right side again. This is a simple example, imagine if the selected text(equation) is a complex one ! Well, you can say that I need to select the text to be squared (modified) and copy to the clipboard(control-C), go to te Equation and son on, and then copy (Control-V) to the empty space reserved for a SuperScript data. No it is not. It is not the easy way.

It seems to be a bug, doesn't it ?

Angelo.