Whenever I ask or answer questions on mathoverflow, the output is constantly being compiled. While this is sometimes a desirable feature, it turns out that at least for my computer, when I am giving a lengthy answer or asking a lengthy question, the latex slows down my computer very much (my computer does not get slowed down however when I give a shorter answer or ask a shorter question). Is there currently any way to turn this feature off while I simply type the answer since I do not need it to compile every second? Right now the most reasonable solution to this problem is to simply type my answer or question on a word document or onto a latex compiler and then use cut and paste.
I want to see how may people also have this problem or if I am the only one, so let me conduct a basic poll.
$\bullet$ If you have the problem where typing a long answer with plenty of mathematics symbols (an answer that fills at least one or two pages) on mathoverflow runs slowly, then upvote this answer.
$\bullet$ If you do not have any delays when typing long answers on mathoverflow, then downvote this answer.
My apologies if this should be a comment rather than answer, but robjohn has a website with some very handy bookmarks to deal with these issues. Obviously it would be preferable if a bookmark bar were not needed, but
rendering on and
rendering off are quite helpful currently.