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I am running the latest version of Mozilla firefox and there seems to be some problem: The math font appears dark. It's been happening for the past two days. Before it was working fine. Below is the image:

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Any idea of how this can be resolved?

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Can't reproduce this in Firefox 5 (current version) on Windows 7, so it is likely a bug specific to your OS or Firefox, not our site.

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  • $\begingroup$ Emm.. I see, but I don't understand what went wrong $\endgroup$ – user9413 Jul 5 '11 at 9:17
  • $\begingroup$ I was receiving (for the past two days) a notice that MathJax had changed somehow and a certain default was no longer the default, but that the style sheets that were being used were using the old standard. Today it's working fine. I suspect this was the source of Chandru's "problem", given the timeline. $\endgroup$ – Arturo Magidin Jul 5 '11 at 17:26
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When MathJax fonts are defined to be a color, but are displayed in black, this almost certainly means you are receiving image fonts (rather than web-fonts).

As a first resort you should clear the browser cache and try again. After that, some things to check are:

  • Are you behind a proxy that rejects OTF web-fonts?

  • Have you installed STIX or MathJax fonts locally (but incorrectly)?

  • Do you have a slow internet connection? This could cause the loading of web-fonts to timeout.

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