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An alternative is to use Benoit Schweblin's StackEdit. While StackEdit is designed for much more than just editing your MathOverflow posts, it supports essentially the same markdown+MathJax flavor as MathOverflow.


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You can "save" one draft answer at a time. If you feel that you need to keep multiple drafts at a time, you can use your email account (supposedly GMail, but anything works really). Type the answer on the page (to see it compiles with the MathJax and whatnot), then copy it to a draft email whose title is the question name/link/whatever you feel like. Save ...


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