Users with sufficiently high reputation have access to a "tools" page, which I like a lot. However, sometimes I find that the $\rm\TeX$ doesn't render properly. What is particularly puzzling is that sometimes some of the $\rm\TeX$ will render fine, but some of it will not. For example, in the screenshot below, note that in the upper left, $y^3 = x^4 + x+1$ renders fine, but elsewhere the raw $\rm\TeX$ is displayed. I am using Firefox 91.5 if that matters. At first I thought that maybe the browser was just taking a long time to process the MathJax, but the problem does not seem to resolve itself no matter how long I wait.
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3$\begingroup$ Yes, this also happens on my end. $\endgroup$– Asaf Karagila ModFeb 10, 2022 at 17:57
2$\begingroup$ A bit of searching also leads to this question on Meta Stack Exchange: Render MathJax in the 10k tools. (It's from 2013. Although it's not the same, I'd certainly consider it related.) $\endgroup$– Martin SleziakFeb 10, 2022 at 18:25
$\begingroup$ Should the image be edited to obscure information that might not be intended to be visible to users with sub-10k reputation? $\endgroup$– LSpiceFeb 21, 2022 at 14:38
1$\begingroup$ @LSpice Other than the general appearance of the page, I don't see information in the image that users with sub-10k reputation have no access to. For example, the scores of the individual questions are all publicly visible. They can't easily figure out what the highest-scoring question of the day is, but they could in principle figure it out. $\endgroup$– Timothy ChowFeb 21, 2022 at 14:54
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