Which regex engine are you using? I have found some working examples but you need to test them on your own: \$(.*?)\$ Or for the second one \$\$(.*?)\$\$ You can use both at the same time with the | Operator (Note that this will create three matches with one non-empty...

I don't think its a specific MathJax issue. The following code creates a a one line input form and dynamically takes the mathml code in it and renders that with mathjax. This works fine with repeated inputs, so the MathJax.Hub.Queue(["Typeset",...) part works fine. Try adding an alert(data) in your ajax...

I got through the answer after wasting a day so taking some time to write the answer This is as per the solution given by @Neoh in this link Display Good-looking Math Formula in Android Note the mistake which I initially made : DO NOT COPY THE ASSESTS.ZIP file in...

ipython-notebook,sympy,mathjax

I won't save with the notebook (you'll probably need to execute some Javascript in a cell to do that), but if you right click on an equation there is an option to scale it up or down (this is a MathJax feature, which has nothing to do with the IPython...

javascript,latex,formula,mathjax

For LaTex inline math you have to use \( and \) instead of backticks: el2.html('\\(\\frac{\\displaystyle \\sum_{k=1}^N k^2}{a}\\)'); gives the desired result. The backtick is per default the asciimath delimiter (see http://docs.mathjax.org/en/latest/asciimath.html) and \( the TeX delimiter (see http://docs.mathjax.org/en/latest/tex.html). Alternatively you could reconfigure the delimiters with asciimath2jax: {delimiters: []}, tex2jax: {inlineMath:...

The problem is that Dropbox only serves content over https but in your source MathJax.js is loaded via src="http://cdn.mathjax.org/.... Browsers block such http calls (see this SO post), hence MathJax is not loaded and accordingly can't render the page. (You can open the JavaScript console in the developer tools of...

markdown,sublimetext,preview,mathjax,sublime-text-plugin

Providing MarkdownPreview is installed correctly, one can find option enable_mathjax this way: Hope this helps....

Setting this as follows should make it work without you having to pass any URL writerHTMLMathMethod = MathJax "" ...

There are a couple of problems you're facing. the syntax of \style is \style{css}{math}. You cannot override math font settings this way as MathJax only supports particular fonts, see http://docs.mathjax.org/en/latest/font-support.html for more information. (You could override the font settings for \text{} that way, e.g., \style{font-family: Arial, sans-serif;}{\text{hello}} Even if you...

javascript,jquery,html,iframe,mathjax

At last I found a solution for this problem. Just replacing iFrame with HTML5 ContentEditale Div. Now it is working Fine......

jquery,http-status-code-404,mathjax,url.action

After playing around I realized that the code I copied is good, but the @Url.Action part is unnecessary for what I am trying to do. In particular, I just deleted everything around MathJax.Hub.Queue, as well as the part in brackets. So the code is now just: MathJax.Hub.Queue( function () {...

To make an answer from the helpful comments of Ida and Keul: There is (unfortunately) no such thing as a choice between alternative profiles (which makes the name "profiles" slightly misleading here, IMO). To switch between profiles, I ended in having distinct branches. The process goes like this: Go to...

internet-explorer,mathjax,joomla3.4

I have the same problem. I "fixed" it by setting the option of the browser that forces navigation as computer, not as phone.

javascript,html,caching,mathjax

Thanks for your help Davide, but I figured out what the problem was. In fact, one part of the page was loaded with Ajax, so mathjax was running before the page was loaded. What happened from time to time, is that when I cleared the cache, the ajax page was...

node.js,express,latex,ejs,mathjax

See the MathJax documentation on dynamic pages, which will suggest that you use MathJax.Hub.Queue(["Typeset",MathJax.Hub]); after adding math to the page. Also, you could check out the MathJax-node project, which implements APIs for interacting with MathJax through node.js programs....

MathJax supports TeX notation that is generally more straightforward. For example, a fraction can be written very simply like this: a+1\over b+1. You just have to set some configurations, that will vary depending on your workflow. You can see examples here: http://www.tuhh.de/MathJax/test/sample-tex.html One of the advantage of MathMl is that...

Since it looks like you are using TeX-input, you can specify classes in the configuration of the tex2jax pre-processor, e.g., <script type="text/x-mathjax-config"> // ... tex2jax: {ignoreClass: "class2"} </script> See the MathJax documentation for more details....

There's no elegant way for doing this using TeX input. The approach will vary with the use cases. Here you seem to be able to wrap HTML around those equations you want to align to the left. For this you are generally on the right track. Here's what would need...

any suggestions? Yes. Don't use custom fonts. MathJax does not have enough information about them to do a proper layout. If you use such fonts you are going to run into troubles. If you are really just trying to get a sans-serif font, MathJax includes one. See this post...

joomla,responsive-design,mathjax

From the documentation on activating MathJax's line-breaking: The HTML-CSS and SVG output processors implement (most of) the MathML3 >automatic line-breaking specification. (The NativeMML output processor relies on the browserâ€™s native MathML support to handle line breaking when it is used.) Since line-breaking takes extra processing and so can slow down...

Ok, thanks Peter, that brought me to the solution. The problem was indeed the rendering of the content after the onload-event of the page. For these cases MathJax holds a method to invoke the typesetting manually at a later time. So what I did was adding the following afterPainted-Listener to...

markdown,sublimetext,preview,mathjax

Upgrading the MathJax built into the Sublime Text 3 Markdown Preview package resolved the problem. Namely, upgrading to the latest release of v2.4 from github. In Linux, this can be done by downloading the latest MathJax from github. Then navigate to the following location: ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages/OmniMarkupPreviewer/public/ There you find the built...

The problem is that your MathBuffer and MathPreview are nested. They should be siblings. The code uses a double-buffering technique that shows one buffer while the other is being typeset, and then switches the two. One is displayed while the other is hidden. If one is inside the other, you...

Yes, see http://docs.mathjax.org/en/latest/start.html#mathjax-cdn. Use the script <script type="text/javascript" src="https://cdn.mathjax.org/mathjax/latest/MathJax.js?config=TeX-AMS-MML_HTMLorMML"> </script> ...

Just try to update your mathjax every load of your formula. What I did is that i initials update every repeat. I do it like this.. <a mathjax-bind="competency.competencyDescription" data-ng-init="UpdateMathJax()"> $scope.UpdateMathJax = function () { MathJax.Hub.Queue(["Typeset", MathJax.Hub]); }; I hope it will help you....

is ... there is a way to fix this discrepancy? No. MathJax matches the surrounding font by scaling its own fonts so that the ex-height matches that of the surround font. That means that lower-case letters should be approximately equal in height, as is shown in your example. So...

Couple things: 1.) When you add MathJax content on the fly, it needs to be re-queued to process it. 2.) The d3.tip.js seems to be eating the \ escape character used in LaTeX so you'll need to double escape it. Putting this together: var tip = d3.tip() .attr('class', 'd3-tip') .offset([-10,...

Well mathjax formatted equations are generated by javascript. Each time a page is reloaded the javascript is rerun. To prevent this javascript being run each time you would need some sort of cached solution requiring complex code in the backend. There are problems with caching the results as not all...

html,jekyll,mathjax,jekyll-bootstrap

A new version (2.5.1) of MathJax was released this morning, and there was a glitch with the file transfer, so the CDN was temporarily left with mixed versions, which caused the tripling of mathematics in some configurations. Your code is not at fault. The issue should be resolved at this...

I suspect that some CSS on the page is affecting the measurements that MathJax is making in order to determine the font's em- and ex-sizes. For example, I did notice that the CSS includes div { overflow: hidden; } and that might be the source of the problem (as MathJax...

The problem is that the backslashes are all doubled. Note that your popover shows \\[\\frac{3}{4}\\] rather than \[\frac{3}{4}\]. You do not need to double the backslashes in the data-content attribute, since that is not a JavaScript string. You will also want to do the MathJax.Hub.Queue(["Typeset",MathJax.Hub]) command after creating the popover,...

AsciiMath does not have a built-in way to do this, i.e., generate <math> elements with display="block" (and thus neither does MathJax). The displaystyle setting adds displaystyle="true" to the math. As per the MathML spec display="block" entails displaystyle="true" but not vice versa; the main difference is that the former is set...

First off, you generally cannot use custom fonts with MathJax. As the documentation says Since browsers do not provide APIs to access font metrics, MathJax has to ship with the necessary font data; this font data is generated during development and cannot be generated on the fly. In addition, most...

android,webview,mathjax,mathml

wq = (WebView) findViewById(R.id.qtext); wq.getSettings().setJavaScriptEnabled(true); wq.getSettings().setLoadWithOverviewMode(true); if (android.os.Build.VERSION.SDK_INT < 19) { wq.loadDataWithBaseURL("http://bar","<script type='text/javascript' " +"src='http://cdn.mathjax.org/mathjax/latest/MathJax.js?config=TeX-AMS-MML_HTMLorMML'>" +"</script><math display='block'>"+doubleEscapeTeX("Your Mathml code")+"</math>", "text/html","utf-8",""); } else {...

(Posting as an answer so that the question will not remain unanswered). See the forminput extension in the MathJax third-part repository. That might do what you want....

The preferredFont tells MathJax which of the local font (from the availableFonts list) to used, if it is available. It is unlikely that your users will have the MathJax versions of the Latin-Modern fonts installed locally. Instead, if you want to force Latin-Modern, you will need to prevent the use...

html,latex,ipython-notebook,mathjax

The problem you face is that currently pandoc (the document converter) strips raw latex when converting the markdown cells to html, see docu. Math in pandoc needs to be inside $..$ or $$..$$ delimiters. The last couple of cells have explicit $s and thus convert fine. The other cells don't...

javascript,html,firebase,mathjax

I would suggest getting hold of MathJax. This is an open source latex typesetter written in javascript. You can configure it so that it will render equations after they have been pulled from a database. If you equations are very simple, just with a few subscripts and superscripts MathJax might...

c#,wpf,visual-studio-2012,mathjax,mathml

MathML is not yet supported by the WebBrowser in Visual Studio (probably IE). Math can be typeset using CSS and javascript. A webpage would then need to include <!-- saved from url=(0014)about:internet --> in order not to get the pop-up "Allow blocked content"....

This is a common issue of mixing LaTeX-input with Markdown. From the MathJax documentation: There cannot be HTML tags within the math delimiters (other than <br>) as TeX-formatted math does not include HTML tags. And later: Another source of difficulty is when MathJax is used in content management systems that...

python,ipython,ipython-notebook,mathjax

A simple test to make sure that you're getting the configuration correct is to change preferredFont: "TeX" to scale: 200. Then save and reload a notebook. The math should be obviously way bigger than before. So assuming that worked, it means your config.js is doing what it needs to. Now,...

So I solved the problem by looking at this question. This will work: <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>dynatable mathjax test</title> <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.0/jquery.min.js"></script> <script src="js/jquery.dynatable.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://cdn.mathjax.org/mathjax/latest/MathJax.js?config=TeX-AMS-MML_HTMLorMML"> MathJax.Hub.Config({ extensions:...

I figured out a way to do this. Essentially, I overlooked the ignoreClass option of the tex2jax pre-processor. Adding the class tex2jax_ignore to all sections makes sure that they are not processed when the page loads. The following JavaScript then processes them when their header is clicked: var section =...

The errorSettings block controls the error messages produced when there is an internal error in MathJax (the "Math Processing Error"). TeX parsing errors are controlled by the TeX noErrors and noUndefined extensions. You can change the color from red to black, for example, using the options for noUndefined. Place <script...

javascript,html,math,mathjax,singlepage

The reason why the HTML will render differently is because native MathML support in browser engines is limited to Gecko/Firefox (good) and WebKit/Safari (ok). MathJax would allow you to use MathML across browsers but your sample HTML does not load MathJax anywhere. As for single-file builds, there is no official...