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    LaTeX bug

    LaTeX has burped on us. The [tex] tags don't work but the dollar signs do. Just use $ in place of [tex]. I have never used the dollar signs before so I don't know if we still have full functionality.

    For the record I've let mash know.

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    Re: LaTeX bug

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    $\int_0^1 \frac{ax}{bx+c}dx$

    $\displaystyle \int_0^1 \frac{ax}{bx+c}dx$

    \int_0^1 \frac{ax}{bx+c}dx
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    Re: LaTeX bug

    I use the dollar signs all the time (it's quicker to type, and besides, it's muscle memory from my day job). Trouble is you need to go back into the page you edited to see your edits.
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    Re: LaTeX bug

    It would appear that the [tex] tags are working again. Anyone still having problems with them?
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