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equation echo

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The latex is compiling three times for me, in successively smaller text so $\beta$ looks like $\beta \beta \beta$.

I'm running chrome Version 41.0.2272.89 (64-bit) (up to date). I'm not running any scripts that should interfere with equation compiling.

Here's what it looks like

asked Mar 16, 2015 in Bug by Ryan Thorngren (1,655 points) [ revision history ]
edited Mar 17, 2015 by dimension10

I can't reproduce this bug - what browser (and version) are you using, and do you have any userscripts installed? Also, could you produce a screenshot, so I know exactly what you're talking about (what does "in successively smaller text" mean?)?

Hm, that's odd - it works fine for me on Firefox, IE, Opera as well as Chrome (with the same build as you stated). Are you sure you encounter this problem only on PhysicsOverflow? Do you encounter this problem on other sites that run MathJaX too, e.g. MathOverflow (e.g.) or Stack Exchange?

No problem on mathoverflow. :/

Actually now it's fixed??

@RyanThorngren OK, in that case I'll mark the bug as status-nobug, comment here if you ever encounter the bug again.

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