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Yes you are. General MathJaX bugs should be reported on the MathJaX support site. This is for MathJaX rendering on MathOverflow, and only on MathOverflow.
MathJax appears not to be rendering at all for me now. It works fine for example on MathSciNet, but not on MO. I am using Firefox 9 on Ubuntu. Any thoughts?
Edit: I figured out what the problem was. I was connecting to the internet through a proxy server (the UC Berkeley library proxy, if it matters) and that was making MO not work. It seems that the problem was specific to StackExchange-type sites. I discovered it when I tried to find something on the AskUbuntu StackExchange site - there was a bar at the top saying that the page was trying to load JavaScript from another domain and that the browser was blocking it. Anyway, turning off the proxy worked - now I use the FireFox plugin FoxyProxy which allows you to switch proxies based on url patterns, so I don't have to manually change it all the time.
I don't know where to report this issue. If this is wrong place, please direct me to the right one.
I am using Windows Vista and IE9. I was trying to print http://mathoverflow.net/questions/88368/can-a-group-be-a-universal-turing-machine.
The math symbols like SL_3(Z) disappeared from the Question part.
The math symbols in the first answer look ok. Have trouble with printing the second answer.
Using Print Preview showed the same result. I'd like to know if it's my OS/browser/printer problem, or something I won't be able to fix on my end. Thanks.
@scaaahu, perhaps you could post the printed version somewhere, so we can have a look? It's a bit hard to guess what's happening if you just say that you "Have trouble". I'm guessing that MathJax hasn't been carefully tested in IE9's print preview mode. Perhaps you might try a better browser? :-)
@scaahu. Unfortunately I can't help identify the error, I don't have access to any windows computers. Does anyone else here have access to IE9? Also, it's perfectly possible to install a second browser in windows, without changing anyone else's experience. (E.g. install Google Chrome, easy to use and relatively excellent security, and as long as you don't set it as the default browser other users of the computer needn't even notice.)
@scaaahu: I don't have a solution, but perhaps you can indicate if I've reproduced your problem. The computers in the Caltech math department run windows with IE 8. When I try to print to pdf, I get the following error from distiller:
%%[ ProductName: Distiller ]%%
MathJax_Math-Italic not found, using Courier.
MathJax_Main-Regular not found, using Courier.
MathJax_Main-Bold not found, using Courier.
%%[ Error: invalidfont; OffendingCommand: show ]%%
Stack:
()
%%[ Flushing: rest of job (to end-of-file) will be ignored ]%%
%%[ Warning: PostScript error. No PDF file produced. ] %%
Print preview (and printing on an actual printer) both work, with the following horrible result:
Well, within limits. I'm pretty happy, unfortunately for some, to not aspire to IE "compatibility". On the other hand, this looks very likely to actually be some interaction between IE, MathJax (and possibly the way we load fonts for MathJax?), and as such the MathJax folks are likely to be interested. Can you print from any one sites that use MathJax?
The spacing in math rendering looks terrible for me right now. I'm using firefox 3.6.17 on linux. It appears as though negative space is being inserted after every bit of math, so that the math runs over the text which immediately follows (Added: the amount of negative space is roughly proportional to the number of symbols in the math). Just about any question is showing this: http://mathoverflow.net/questions/92061/square-of-a-continuous-map is one where it is obvious.
Am I the only person seeing this?
@Charles: I don't know if you are the only one, but I am not seeing the problem. FWIW I am running Firefox 8 on linux. Is it possible for you to update to a slightly newer version of firefox at all?
The machine at work is firefox 3.5.3 on linux; on there everything displays fine (which is good since I can't update this machine).
@Lennart: Try
We consider the set
`$$ S = \left\lbrace (F,h)\;\;\middle\vert\;\genfrac{}{}{0pt}{}{F\text{ is a decreasing function from }R^{+}\text{ to }R^{+}, h\in R}{0=1- \dfrac{\theta + 1}{\theta} \dfrac {\int^{h}_{y=0} F(y) dy}{F(0)} \dfrac{F(0)-\frac{1}{2}F(h)}{F(0)-F(h)}} \right\rbrace $$`
The function $L$ is defined on $S$ by
`$$L(F,h) = \dfrac{\int^{h}_{x=0} \int^{h}_{y=x} F(y) dy dx}{\int^{h}_{x=0} \int^{h}_{y=0} F(y) dy dx} h$$`
Always put a space after "<" (or use "\lt" instead) since "<whatever" might be interpreted as the start of an xml tag.
Does adding braces, like \tilde{\mathfrak{t}}, help? It seems that way, but I only tested it in an editor preview over on faketestsite.
When I type a $$displayed equation$$ it tends to show up pretty far right of center in the preview. Is this a browser issue? (Chrome). I usually just leave some space and use single dollar signs.
@Jim White: it could be an IE9 problem. On IceWeasel / Firefox on Debian, http://mathoverflow.net/questions/51345/moving-one-family-of-commuting-self-adjoint-operators-to-another-without-losing-c works with no problems when uncollapsing comments.
Looks like my hosting is having a bad afternoon, so both meta and mathjax on the main site may be a bit flaky.
If it continues, I'll work out how to move the mathjax files somewhere more reliable.
@i707107,
we've just upgraded MathJax to 2.2-beta. Briefly, it was setup incorrectly, causing your issue. It should be resolved now (and is for me). If you're still seeing the problem, try the usual tricks for clearing your cache (restart your browser, clear the cache for mathoverflow.net), and if the problem is still there let us know.
@Andres, could you point to an example page where you're seeing this issue?
Latex rendering doesn't work for me too. Maybe since yesterday. Clearing cache and restarting the browser doesn't help. "(Re)process math with jsMath." helps.
"(Re)process math with jsMath." is not consistent - sometimes the latex is smaller without context menu, sometimes it is the usual way with context menu.
Same for me as Angelo, Michael G and Emil J, on two different computers, using Firefox 17 and 20 on two different Linux distributions.
$x_\mu$ and $y_\mu$ will produce something like $x muandy \mu$ with my mathjax, but the Mathjax used by Math.SE can copy with $x_\mu$ and $y_\mu$ properly. The setting for my mathjax is as following:
<script type="text/x-mathjax-config"> MathJax.Hub.Config({"HTML-CSS": { preferredFont: "TeX", availableFonts: ["STIX","TeX"], linebreaks: { automatic:true }, EqnChunk: (MathJax.Hub.Browser.isMobile ? 10 : 50) }, tex2jax: { inlineMath: [ ["$", "$"], ["\(","\)"] ], processEscapes: true, ignoreClass: "tex2jax_ignore|dno",skipTags: ['script', 'noscript', 'style', 'textarea', 'pre', 'code']}, TeX: { noUndefined: { attributes: { mathcolor: "red", mathbackground: "#FFEEEE", mathsize: "90%" } }, Macros: { href: "{}" } }, messageStyle: "none" }); </script> <script type="text/x-mathjax-config"> MathJax.Hub.Queue(function() { var all = MathJax.Hub.getAllJax(), i; for(i=0; i < all.length; i += 1) { all[i].SourceElement().parentNode.className += ' has-jax'; } });
What should I do in my own setting? Many thanks!