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Is it possible to see the source for a comment?

One approach would be to use the MathJax contextual menu to select the "Plain Source" renderer, which will show the TeX commands rather than typeset expressions. That means you would not ...
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`\eqref` across posts

Originally posted as a comment - expanding to an answer, following the request from the OP in a comment. After a recent edit, the post renders correctly with ...
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`\intertext` in MathJax

No, MathJax doesn't have an implementation \intertext, as MathJax's internal format is MathML and there is no natural way to accomplish it within the MathML that ...
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MathJax equivalent of `<strike></strike>`

Yes, there is \require{cancel}\cancel{1+1=2}$$\require{cancel}\cancel{1+1=2}$$ and ...
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What is a supported use of \hfill?

MathJax doesn't have the idea of stretchable glue that TeX uses to implement \hfill, so it can only be used in limited situations in MathJax, namely at the ...
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Long post fails to render

I think it was just an oversight - unpaired curly brackets. Putting $V_{i(g)(\kappa)}^M=V_{i(g)(\kappa)}^N$ $V_{i(g)(\kappa)}^M=V_{i(g)(\kappa)}^N$ works as ...
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Double overline renders poorly, except in MathML

StackExchange hasn't upgraded the version of MathJax that they are using in quite some time. They are using v2.7.5, which is more than 4 years old. The current version is 3.2.2, which handles the ...
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Is it possible to see the source for a comment?

Some related posts elsewhere: How to copy mixture of text and latex formulas in a comment? (Mathematics Meta) Is there a way to view a comment's source? (Meta Stack Exchange) Some suggestions what ...
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Why is there unexpected space at the beginning of a paragraph in an answer?

The line immediately preceding "The named..." has a single non-breaking space in it, which is preserved in the output. The editor may be using a differently configured Markdown renderer, for ...
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Is it possible to see the source for a comment?

As mentioned in the comments, what appears to be happening is that macro definitions are stripped out when you ask your browser to display the Latex commands for some math you've highlighted (on ...
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Integral sign cut off in Safari

Comment I have seen this in the past. Currently, I do not see it. Questions for diagnosis: What math renderer are you using? Does your error persist with others? What System version? What version ...
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Is it possible to see the source for a comment?

Just for testing purposes - so that one can try how to get source of a comment (under an answer) - a few comments below this answer contain some macros. The answer is a community wiki - feel free to ...
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MathJax equivalent of `<strike></strike>`

This is not really an answer, just a test in response to @CalvinKhor's comment. \require in one answer (or comment?) seems to affect other answers. This may depend ...
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