I have browsed several forum posts and everything looks fine with one exception. It is not really important: if I open the edit window of the post and press the preview button, I can preview the formula correctly, so I guess if I just save without modifications the problem will be fixed, but I haven't done so yet, so you can see for yourself. There is no warning about the Latex, and I looked to it and could not find any mistakes:

http://amiii.wikidot.com/forum/t-283852/folha-8#post-969024

However, this was the only exception I have found, so I would say the problem is 99% solved. Thanks again.

]]>you're right, some forum posts were not refreshed when we switched the Math engine, but until recently it didn't look broken because of caching. We re-compiled all affected forum posts, so the Math in them should render correctly now. We're sorry for the inconvenience.

And big thanks for reporting this issue! We might have totally overlooked it otherwise.

]]>ciould be this is non standard behaviour..

Write it onto http://feedback.wikidot.com/bugs:_all

]]>I have just tried here and it works. The problem is for the pages that were already written. Check, for example,

http://amiii.wikidot.com/forum/t-288293/folha-10

I read the discussion on musical notation with interest, but I just wanted to point out (as it confused me on a first reading) that this project is not related to MathJax.

Yes, my posts were slightly off-topic, sorry about that. I was just wondering if there was a similar way of entering and viewing musical notation as entering and viewing math equations with MathJax. I found a JavaScript program called VexFlow that might be able to do it but I'm not sure…

Ps. those MathJax -generated equations look gorgeous :)

]]>I read the discussion on musical notation with interest, but I just wanted to point out (as it confused me on a first reading) that this project is not related to MathJax. Also, just to avoid misunderstandings, MathJax works on all modern browsers including Internet Explorer. Hope that's useful, and thanks also for all those positive comments!

]]>Still, with help of [[html]] tags, you can use VerFlow on your sites. Just put whatever they say to put in HTML document in an [[html]] block and things should just work.

Thanks for the info. It'd be awesome to get this working.

]]>Looks good, but that is not really useful on the web - if this is not working on old IE…

]]>Still, with help of [[html]] tags, you can use VerFlow on your sites. Just put whatever they say to put in HTML document in an [[html]] block and things should just work.

]]>This is a bit off-topic, but would it be possible to implement **this** then? As far as I understand, it's the same for music as MathJax is for math.

A similar way to enter and display musical notation would be awesome :)

*Edit: a quick googling showed that there is a similar way for musical notation: MusiXTeX! I wonder if it would be difficult to implement this…?*

*Edit: here are some examples: http://guitartex.sourceforge.net/en/guitartex/x754.html*

Might it be worthwhile to add this syntax fubar to the troubleshooting page?

\sqrt \frac {y} {x}

That worked in the original $\TeX$ suite, but it now requires extra braces for the \sqrt:

]]>\sqrt {\frac {y} {x}}

This is really cool, and thanks for the improved math structure! I use them a lot.

]]>I particularly like what you've done at the beginning of the blog post with the Wikidot logo. Looks great!

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