
I think I read a post or some thing of upcoming support for mathematical and scientific equations like LaTeX perhaps. I can no longer find the article or post. Can you please advise about this?
hi
you can use jectpack beautiful math
and use [latex]{yourlatexsyntaxhere}[latex]I installed the plugin and I think it is working, but I am unable to get the right syntax. I copied two different equations from the internet and plugged them in a question but the results are not what expected. The question is setup as shown in the image. https://u.pcloud.link/publink/show?code=XZqVVbXZU2h8JlUWxN5pK6qNcW54l4rdf8uy
One is
[Latex]{begin{align*} f(x) &= x^2 g(x) &= frac{1}{x} F(x) &= int^a_b frac{1}{3}x^3 end{align*}}[latex]and the other is
[Latex]{i\hbar\frac{\partial}{\partial t}\left\Psi(t)\right>=H\left\Psi(t)\right>}[Latex]
The rendering comes as shown in the image https://u.pcloud.link/publink/show?code=XZb0VbXZpOkdbWHvekFDXCA4vU1gbyMnYKE7
Is it Possible for you to give me a couple of examples to use and clarify if there are limitations to where it will work if any?
something like
[latex]i\hbar\frac{\partial}{\partial t}\left\Psi(t)\right>=H\left\Psi(t)\right>[/latex]
OK,
I see there is an issue here, and I found an old thread that seems to be similar issue. Even though that thread was closed as revolved this seems to be very much like it.
It seems that any expression that has \ in it is not rendered. The ones that don’t are fine. Example https://prntscr.com/xrnofh
As you can see in the rendered question https://prnt.sc/xrnscu the ones that do not have \ in them are rendered fine.
There is an old thread that mentions that the \ are stripped when saving the data due to some thing to do with json data. the thread is here https://wplms.io/support/forums/topic/latex2/ Am wondering if this is related. Please advise.
If I look in the DB I do not see the \ in the expressions. http://prnt.sc/xrsear
Hi yes we have this issue and our alternative to have latex inbuilt in editor is not working .
We are checking this .
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