# Select rendered LaTex from Wikipedia with Chrome? [closed]

As someone who often copy and paste from Wikipedia, I have this particular question with Chrome.

In Firefox, if I select and copy the rendered LaTex in Wikipedia, then what I get is LaTex code. But in Chrome, I can copy nothing. I wonder how to make it work in Chrome similarly to Firefox? For example, the formula used for defining the support of a Borel measure. Thanks!

## closed as off-topic by Najib Idrissi, Grigory M, Lord_Farin, apnorton, Aditya HaseDec 31 '14 at 18:22

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• By the way, the X is capitalized in LaTeX. – Rahul Mar 1 '12 at 3:26
• You can always click on edit and copy the LaTeX code from the source of the Wikipedia article. – Martin Sleziak Dec 31 '14 at 10:14
• Now it should be also possible to use MathJax to render formulas on wikipedia, see here. (Here is link to the current revision.) – Martin Sleziak Dec 31 '14 at 10:55
• Now I'm confused, why was this asked here? – Najib Idrissi Dec 31 '14 at 11:15
• @NajibIdrissi I can imagine that somebody wants to ask about some result they saw on Wikipedia. It is easier and more efficient to copy a complicated formula than to type it again. – Martin Sleziak Dec 31 '14 at 12:32