Here is an example output of the citation helper in the case where the citation's title contains $\rm\LaTeX$ code (random paper found by searching for
Grząślewicz, Ryszard; Schaefer, Helmut H., [**Surjective isometries of (L^ 1 \cap L^ \infty [0, \infty )) and (L^ 1 + L^ \infty 0, \infty ))**, Indag. Math., New Ser. 3, No. 2, 173-178 (1992). ZBL0758.46031.
It would be better IMO if the mathematics was typeset with Mathjax:
Grząślewicz, Ryszard; Schaefer, Helmut H., Surjective isometries of $L^ 1 \cap L^ \infty [0, \infty )$ and $L^ 1 + L^ \infty [0, \infty )$, Indag. Math., New Ser. 3, No. 2, 173-178 (1992). ZBL0758.46031.
The only thing I did was change
$s, which also made the hyperlink work correctly. I do not expect it to be hard to automate simple text replacement in the title. Can the script be modified to do this?
Or would this be a bad idea? (e.g. not worth the effort, makes the script inefficient, eat more of a generous someone's resources, mess up some otherwise readable titles)
(I am asking here rather than on math.meta.SE as the citation helper seems to have originated here)
\(...\)so that they work properly and can be used without other issues. Note that these math delimiters appear, for instance, on the Bibtex files produced by Zbmath. $\endgroup$
\(...\)does not break older posts $\endgroup$