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Dec 20 |
answered | MathJax: Hide page until all math formulas are typesetted |
Nov 25 |
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MathJax: Hide page until all math formulas are typesetted
Do you want to hide the the TeX code or the entire content (math and non-math)? |
Jan 15 |
answered | Math formulas in emails |
Nov 18 |
awarded | Teacher |
Oct 21 |
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MathJax formulae are not beautiful in Chrome
Not really a bug, more a missing feature. Chrome <24 simply does not have MathML enabled (Chrome Canary finally does starting this week, but webkit's MathML support is not very complete yet anyway, cf. Safari 5.1 and later). I would call it "user error": somebody actively changed MathJax's output mechanism via the MathJax menu -- in particular they got an alert box, warning them against it, yet they proceeded it anyway. The results are as expected and can be undone by the user via the MathJax menu. |
Oct 19 |
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MathJax formulae are not beautiful in Chrome
I should add: the reason why MathJax is clearly running is that the first formula is originally LaTeX code. Also, MathJax creates a warning popup before switching to MathML output and setting the cookie. Did you get that? |
Oct 19 |
answered | MathJax formulae are not beautiful in Chrome |