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comment Can custom TeX/MathJax commands be defined by default for a site?
@AsafKaragila Just so you know, I blame you for this.
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comment Can custom TeX/MathJax commands be defined by default for a site?
@MichaelHardy I do kinda like the extra spacing from \mid, though unfortunately it doesn't scale (at least not with \middle\mid), so at the moment I wouldn't bother with it. I guess if we cared for the space, it could be \newcommand{\bk}[2]{\left< #1 \hspace{5px} \middle| \hspace{5px} #2 \right>} instead. Or, maybe a bit less than 5px, since it looks a bit much.
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comment Can custom TeX/MathJax commands be defined by default for a site?
@MartinSleziak The issue with \langle and \rangle is that they're just characters, so they don't resize to their content. A working alternative is to use \left\langle and \right\rangle to get the same effect as \left< and \right>, but then it's just more characters for the same thing.
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comment Can custom TeX/MathJax commands be defined by default for a site?
Awesome! Yeah, I'm trying to avoid assuming too much about the potential for community agreement. Rather, I figured it'd make more sense to first check if it were technically possible, then start a Meta discussion about whether or not the community'd be interested in implementing any.
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comment Can custom TeX/MathJax commands be defined by default for a site?
Just to note it, I'm asking here at SE.Math instead of at SE.QuantumComputing since it seems like a question this site's likely to have already addressed (though I wasn't able to find it on searching the Meta).
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comment How to fix the protruding lines in a MathJax table?
Found a way to reproduce the protrusions in the second example above: first, wrap it in a \Huge{} function,$$ \Huge{ \begin{array}{c|c|c|} &A&B\\ \hline X&1&2\\ \hline Y&3&4\\ \hline \end{array} } $$, then set zoom to 50% ([right-click], --> Math Settings, --> Scale All Math, 50%. Actually - weird; this works if the TeX code is put into the answer box below, but it doesn't work when rendered in this comment. Ohh, actually it does work for the comment, just gotta use 25% instead of 50%.