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Typing non-Unicode statistics characters
05-29-2022, 07:18 PM
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RE: Typing non-Unicode statistics characters
(04-24-2022 07:22 PM)Thomas Klemm Wrote:  
(04-24-2022 07:07 PM)Thomas Okken Wrote:  With the LaTeX code, hat placement in Safari is strange, getting the height right but the X position wrong…

You may use SVG instead of HTML-CSS as Math Renderer.
To switch just right-click on the rendered formula.

I also met with success with the “Common HTML” math renderer, as shown with the following screenshot:


I thought I’d try this sort of test on the Prime bug tracking site I put together. There, I get hat placement as expected with both “HTML-CSS” and “Common HTML” rendering, as shown with the following screenshot (for “HTML-CSS”):


Different versions of MathJax are involved, namely v2.7.1 (here, when writing this) and v2.7.9 (at the the bug tracking site, when writing this); different font choices are also mentioned in the panel brought up via “About MathJax” (web TeX fonts, here; local STIX fonts, there). Looking at the HTML being produced reveals significant differences.
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RE: Typing non-Unicode statistics characters - jte - 05-29-2022 07:18 PM

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