# Typesetting issues: The map from preview to published post is not isometric.

I’m not sure if anyone is encountering this problem with the latest version of Mathematics Stack Exchange. It always turns out that whatever appears in the preview window as I type a question or an answer looks different from the final product. I invest a lot of effort to make all of my lines appear as ‘justified’ as possible so as to make reading more pleasant (e.g. sentences aren’t cut off prematurely due to some mathematical expression that’s too long to fit the remaining space but also too short to justify its placement between a pair of  symbols), but with the latest version, I can’t do this anymore.

Is anyone bothered by this, and if so, what can be done to restore the isometry from preview to published post?

• This came-up in an answer on the thread on the site update. Personally, I am not bothered by it; I consider it almost as a feature. – quid May 12 '15 at 18:42
• Yes, they broke this in the latest site update. It was perfect for years (except in the early days). Now it is worse than it ever was. It is quite disappointing that they are now ignoring this. – Bill Dubuque May 12 '15 at 19:09
• @Bill: Hi Bill. Do you know if there’s anybody I can talk to so that this issue won’t be ignored much longer? – Berrick Caleb Fillmore May 12 '15 at 20:21
• I'm currently working on this issue, I will post a fix as soon as I can – Stéphane May 13 '15 at 7:45
• @BerrickCalebFillmore I pushed a fix, it will be live after our next production build. The preview should look the same as the actual post now. – Stéphane May 13 '15 at 15:01
• @Stéphane: Hi Stéphane. Thank you for your attention. As of this moment, is the problem fixed, or do we have to wait for the next production build? – Berrick Caleb Fillmore May 13 '15 at 18:30
• @BerrickCalebFillmore It is now (since a few hours) – Stéphane May 14 '15 at 8:23
• @Stéphane: Thanks! It definitely works now. By the way, I’m curious to know when the next production build will take place. – Berrick Caleb Fillmore May 14 '15 at 18:54