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I tend to be a "native speaker" of most \LaTeX formulae, so I'm OK either way. Also, as a minimum-energy-solution adherent, I'd tend to leave things as they are. New posts should be done as per the poster's ability and intent: if they're more comfortable and/or the point is made better using MathJax code, then do it that way; if they're more comfortable ...


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Here is a Greasemonkey script that will display Latex formulas in DSP Meta using MathJax. You also get the preview in the editor, but it is quite slow. I can't get the script to run in Chrome, but it works in Firefox. For Chrome there is the extension Math Anywhere. Firefox instructions First install the Greasemonkey extension, then copy-paste the script ...


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I would propose using the same syntax as we would in DSP, but at the same time, hyper-link to something like Quicklatex. For example $y = \sum_{i=0}^{N-1} x_i \cdot w_i$. Or even: $y = \sum_{i=0}^{N-1} x_i \cdot w_i$ (i.e. this) When (and if) the time comes, then the text between the "$" signs could start be rendering properly but until then, a person ...


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I haven't had any problems for a long time so looks like this has been resolved. 🍻


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