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Here is an example. Is there an automatic way for moderators to fix what I imagine are many answers that somehow now display funny, or should we do it manually, one by one?
If the latter, people could use this question to list the answers that need attention (if they rather don't edit them themselves).
Jun 25, 2013 at 4:51
Andrés E. Caicedo Andrés E. Caicedo
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I suspect if we can concoct some regular expressions that catch common sources of LaTeX problems we may be able to get some automatic replacements run on the database.
I'm guessing this is our back-ticking habit coming back to haunt us, now that the interaction of markdown and MathJax has changed slightly.
Jun 25, 2013 at 5:00
Scott Morrison Scott Morrison
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My post at
Symmetric subspace of linear operators is broken. Worse yet, I am unable to fix it because (apparently) backticking formulae just makes their LaTeX code verbatim rather than disabling markup. When I try to edit my post, the preview loads fine, but the post itself doesn't!!
Jun 25, 2013 at 19:15
darij grinberg darij grinberg
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Two of my questions (
1, 2) are not displaying properly, but they were before the upgrade. Furthermore, when I go to edit the posts, they display correctly.
Jun 26, 2013 at 4:59
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