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 `L^\infty`

)

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 and `\)`

s into `$`

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 $\endgroup$