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Wikipedia adds MathJax display option

According to a post by Frédéric Wang on the Mozilla MathML mailing list, Wikipedia now supports rendering mathematics via MathJax (and through it, MathML). Wang says:

Today, a new Math rendering mode has been added to Wikipedia. You need a Wikipedia account to use it. In My preferences => Appearance => Math, choose “MathJax”. Once enabled, MathJax’s HTML-CSS output will be used by default. If you want to use MathML instead, right click on a formula and choose “Math Settings => Math Renderer => MathML”.

Source:  New MathML option available in Wikipedia.

2 Responses to “Wikipedia adds MathJax display option”

  1. Freetards

    Not anymore; some jackass removed it. The only options are PNG, LaTeX source, and MathML now.


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