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Chrome doesn't display some symbols

Davide's answer is excellent, but he sort of buries the fix. You need to right-click on the MathJax-rendered math and select Math Settings > Math Renderer > SVG instead of the default "...
Jess Riedel's user avatar
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Rendering MathJaX: cropped formulas

Try switching the renderer using the MathJax contextual menu (on any typeset math). MathJax has several different output formats. The older HTML-CSS (which is the default on StackOverflow) does use ...
Davide Cervone's user avatar
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Chrome doesn't display some symbols

The HTML-CSS renderer in MathJax v2 tries to detect whether there are local copies of the MathJax or STIX fonts and will use those in place of web-based fonts if they are available (to reduce the ...
Davide Cervone's user avatar
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Rendering MathJaX: cropped formulas

Here is the code in question (1+x^3)=\left(1+\frac{1}{\frac1{x^3}}\right): $$(1+x^3)=\left(1+\frac{1}{\frac1{x^3}}\right)$$ For some reason, mathematics renders ...
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How can we set \displaystyle for a whole text?

There is not really a way to force display style math without invoking \displaystyle every time you enter "math mode" using a single dollar sign. There ...
Xander Henderson's user avatar
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Inserting braces in a brace

Here's an approach, using the cases environment for the left side brace and some array environments to group and brace on the ...
hardmath's user avatar
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Chrome doesn't display some symbols

On Google Colab, the context menu is not available. A workaround is to update MathJax's parameters from the JavaScript Console: ...
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