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It pains me to break this thread by fixing the issue, but here we are. :) We are now inserting \begingroup and \endgroup directives into post and comment bodies, so all command definitions should be scoped to individual posts. For now, I'm only enabling this on Math (and here on meta), but barring any issues this change will go live on all MathJax-enabled ...


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Sorry about that... turns out that the markdown parsing process for links in comments is slightly different than the one we run for posts. I have a fix ready for this issue, but I'd like to have it reviewed and do some more testing, so I'm going to hold off until tomorrow morning (NYC time) to deploy it. In the meantime, editing the affected comments ...


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Thanks for the report! As I mentioned in the comments, this was a side-effect of upgrading to MathJax 2.7.5. The core of the issue is described in detail over on GitHub. Many thanks to Davide Cervone for pointing me in the right direction and suggesting a fix. It's deployed in production now. Please let me know if you see any other oddities.


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Visited links are now a lighter shade of blue than both the unvisited and hover colors. Thanks for your patience and for bringing this to our attention!


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This is fixed. What went wrong? When we insert an editor into a page on a site that includes MathJax, we inject some JavaScript that looked like this: loadMathJaxEditorFeatures() .done(() => { Editor.creationCallbacks.add((editor) => { configureEditorWithMathJaxFeatures(editor); }); }); Basically, this lazy loads the features needed ...


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Copying my answer from MSE: Thanks for reporting this. It has been fixed across the network now and you should be able to add bounties until your heart is content. Thanks to balpha who smashed the bug very quickly.


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Not seeing any objections, so I enabled the new tag creation warning here on meta as well.


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Sorry about that, that's my bad. The markup Davide Cervone is referring to is what tells our diff engine to treat formulas as atomic units and allows us to present rendered formulas in the post revision history. We insert it into the post's HTML before saving a revision. Unfortunately, there was a bug with the parser in posts that had code blocks that also ...


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When I view the DOM for the page, I see which shows that the closing dollar sign is inside an element <span class="math-container">. MathJax only processes math when the entire math expression (including its delimiters) are in the same text run, so that extra <span> is causing MathJax to not recognize the expression. That is why you are not ...


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For the first pair of links, I think merging would be useful. The second question contains more context, and also has a nice approach by @user1337 that is different from the rest of the answers in both links. So, I suggest reopening the second question and merging the first question with the second. For the second pair of links, I think it would be alright ...


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This is completed as per https://meta.stackexchange.com/a/329187/235711


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