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  Please, could we have MathJax on the site?

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I think there's no need arguing that mathematics will play a large role in the site's writing, so could we please have MathJax enabled?

In case it is needed to argue: we already have 1 out of 1 question that needs it!

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asked Sep 14, 2011 in SE.TP.discussion by F'x (175 points) [ no revision ]

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I saw your question and enabled it right away.

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answered Sep 14, 2011 by Geoff Dalgas (0 points) [ no revision ]
Thanks Geoff, mighty diamond bearer!

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Does that apply to the meta site as well?

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@rcollyer Typically mathjax isn't required on the meta site since they are non-technical.

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I figured. I just found myself using it in a comment. Unless there are others clamoring for it, I don't think adding it would be useful, in general.

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