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    Quote Originally Posted by MathGuru View Post
    Latex is working now.... including the double-click for source code.
    The only complaint that I have is that you can't change the color of the symbols/equations.

    [tex]\color{red}\boxed{x=2}[/tex] gives me \color{red}\boxed{x=2} and no color...
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    We have the
    Wrap [Quote] tags around selected text button, the
    Wrap [Code] tags around selected text button, the
    Wrap [HTML] tags around selected text button, and the
    Wrap [PHP] tags around selected text button.

    Any chance we could get back the

    Wrap [tex] tags around selected text button? I used that all the time. Also, is there a way, when replying to a post, to default to the Advanced mode? At least, is there a way to default to that page if you're planning on giving us back the [tex] button on that page? I just want to be able to hit reply to a post, and have the Wrap [tex] tags around selected text button available immediately.

    That's a nice-to-have. Thanks again for all your hard work!
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    Good job, guys.

    It's not in style, though.

    [LaTeX ERROR: Convert failed]

    used to look like:



    I've seen some forums where you have to use '\displaystyle' to generate the style, but it seems not to be working. It would be awesome if we get it always in style by default as it used to be.

    EDIT: It's working!

    \displaystyle\prod_{n\ge3}^{n-1}\sum_{n=0}^{\infty}\frac{24^n}{7\sqrt{7}!}\int_{  \pi/3}^{\pi/2} \log \left| \frac{\tan t + \sqrt{7} }{\tan t - \sqrt{7} } \right|dt
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCoffeeMachine View Post
    I've seen some forums where you have to use '\displaystyle' to generate the style, but it seems not to be working. It would be awesome if we get it always in style by default as it used to be.
    What doesn't seem to be working?

    [LaTeX ERROR: Convert failed]

    I agree that having \displaystyle{} on by default is desirable.

    Edit: Ah you edited your post. Never mind. And I see my braces are unnecessary.
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    quick syntax test:
    \dot{r}=r(1-r^2)
    \dot{\theta}=1

    \int_{r_0}^{r_1}\frac{dr}{r(1-r^2)} = \int_0^{2\pi}dt = 2\pi \Rightarrow r_1
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    (a + b)^n = \sum_{r = 0}^n{{n\choose{r}}a^{n-r}b^r}

    WOOHOO!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by undefined View Post
    I agree that having \displaystyle{} on by default is desirable.
    Also, the old posts will be 'out of style' if it's not made on style by default (I've checked some).

    Edit: Ah you edited your post. Never mind. And I see my braces are unnecessary.
    Sorry. It gave me an error (which was on my my part, as it turned out) when I've tried initially but worked on another attempt.
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    $ \intsin(x)dx$
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    [tex]x^{sin(x)}[\math]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris11 View Post
    [tex]x^{sin(x)}[\math]
    This didn't render because you typed [\math] instead of [/tex].
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     x^2
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    \int\int\intx^{sin(x)}dx
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     1=0 \Rightarrow 23^n+24^n=25^n
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    \ointx^{sin(x)}dx
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    \int_0^{\infty} \frac{\sin{\left (x^{e} \right ) } + x^3}{2 \pi \left ( \frac{2 + \log_3{(x)}}{x} \right )}  \ dx
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