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In various posts on meta I have read that various math renderers can be used for MathJax, such as HTML-CSS, SVG, etc. See, for example, What is the difference between the 3 math renderers?

How can I switch between them? (How can I choose which of the renderers will be used for displaying math?)

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Here is a formula which you can use for testing: $$x^2+y^2=z^2.$$ The MathJax contextual menu contains various items; after you bring up the menu, you can go to Math Settings → Math Renderer and then choose one of the renderers. Note that the methods mentioned below need to be applied on a correctly rendered formula, like the example at the top of this post.


Windows

Right-click on any formula using your mouse or trackpad.

Screenshot on Windows


macOS

Control-click on any formula. This operation (also called a "secondary click") generally works like right-click does on Windows. See the macOS User Guide "Right-click on Mac" for more details.

Screenshot on macOS


Android

Tap+hold on any formula. (Tested on FuntouchOS 12)

Screenshot on Android


iOS

In Safari on an iPhone, use double-tap+hold on any formula. In other browsers, you may instead have to use triple-tap+hold (tested on Brave Browser running on iOS 16.0):

Screenshot on iOS


iPadOS

There currently does not seem to be any way to bring up the MathJax contextual menu on an iPad, even when using an Apple Pencil. (Tested on Safari and Brave Browser running on iPadOS 15.7.)

A couple of Apple Support discussion threads regarding this: Right Click on an Ipad and Right click with pencil.

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