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## Re: tightening mathjax tex options

**From**: |
Patrice Dumas |

**Subject**: |
Re: tightening mathjax tex options |

**Date**: |
Fri, 6 Sep 2024 23:36:47 +0200 |

On Fri, Sep 06, 2024 at 02:16:56PM -0700, Raymond Toy wrote:
>* On 9/6/24 9:29 AM, Patrice Dumas wrote:*
>* > The change in settings may only affect LaTeX rendered by MathJax outside*
>* > of @math and @displaymath, using different structures as what is done in*
>* > texi2any. This would be possible if you directly ouput HTML like*
>* Ok, Maxima’s manual doesn’t do that. All math should be done my @math or*
>* @displaymath. At least that’s how it’s supposed to be in the manual.*
But this means that (according to my reading of the HTML) you change the
output somehow to be directly
$$
...
$$
for displaymath, without the expected <div><em>, and use $$ instead of
\[. Similarly, @math does not have <em>. The MathJax block in the
header is also missing, as well as the tex2jax_ignore in <body>.
>* > Do you have a page which shows some math that are rendered by MathJax?*
>* Sure. See this section on Bessel functions *
>* <https://maxima.common-lisp.dev/docs/Special-Functions.html#Bessel-Functions>.*
>* There are lots of examples in the Special Functions section.*
Thanks.
--
Pat

**tightening mathjax tex options**, *Patrice Dumas*, `2024/09/06`
**Re: tightening mathjax tex options**, *Raymond Toy*, `2024/09/06`
**Re: tightening mathjax tex options**, *Patrice Dumas*, `2024/09/06`
**Re: tightening mathjax tex options**, *Raymond Toy*, `2024/09/06`
**Re: tightening mathjax tex options**,
*Patrice Dumas* **<=**
**Re: tightening mathjax tex options**, *Raymond Toy*, `2024/09/06`
**Re: tightening mathjax tex options**, *Patrice Dumas*, `2024/09/07`
**Re: tightening mathjax tex options**, *Patrice Dumas*, `2024/09/07`
**Re: tightening mathjax tex options**, *Raymond Toy*, `2024/09/07`

**Re: tightening mathjax tex options**, *Patrice Dumas*, `2024/09/06`

**Re: tightening mathjax tex options**, *Patrice Dumas*, `2024/09/10`