@compass_straight_edge I know this is possible just not sure how to
Inline math Latex support - Use \ ( and \ ) for inline LaTeX, and \ [ and \ ] for display mode.


@compass_straight_edge @freemo @design_RG you may be better off simply using a normal latex editor or over leaf, generate the output then use the screen grab tool to select an area to grab around the LaTeX output and then paste in here.

A bit of a faff, that though.


Off hand I dont recall if i added MathLatex to discourse.. I need to check the plugins to see if its even there. Did I mention somewhere that it is supported on discourse?

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@freemo @zleap @design_RG I recall seeing a post with formulas on the discourse so I assumed it worked.
(Also because there is a math section).


I think you are correct it works on discourse, but I dont remember for sure. But it definitely works here.

Follow the instructions here and verify your format works, then copy that over to discourse and see if it works there for you too. I do know the format is the same here and there if its active over there.

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I don't think it works. I also tried the examples from discourse-math.
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I think i had it enabled at one point but it broke something and I may have had to disable it on discourse. Not sure though.

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