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  • lb90
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    Let's thank Igalia devs: https://www.igalia.com/2023/01/10/Ig...-Chromium.html

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  • cl333r
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    Originally posted by archkde View Post

    Yeah, I'm curious how long it takes until it's removed once again.
    Why ?

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  • crudeboil
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    MathML is nice but Katex and Mahjax are doing the job fine already. Katex can be embedded with fonts on a web page without relying on external sources. If MathML really works on all browsers I'm willing to switch.

    Just tested Chrome 109 but with the standard Opentype fonts, but a large determinant bar was shifted. It was OK with stix fonts. All in all the implementation is pretty good.

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  • archkde
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    Originally posted by cl333r View Post
    Imho MathML support is long overdue, FF had it for many years. Chrome had it earlier but then deleted or disabled it because of low quality.
    Yeah, I'm curious how long it takes until it's removed once again.

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  • cl333r
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    Imho MathML support is long overdue, FF had it for many years. Chrome had it earlier but then deleted or disabled it because of low quality.

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