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Reasons you aren't updating your personal site (2020)
This is nice. We are websitemates. My website is also 20012022. I like the simple and serif font on your website.
I had thrown in your https://github.com/susam/texme few times to quickly send Markdown files for reading. :)

Is it ever possible to have LaTex Equations capabilities in Markdown?
By default vs code has latex on md. Also https://github.com/susam/texme

Favorite selfrendering Markdown tool in JavaScript
So the Markdown to HTML rendering happens as page load time.
This would hopefully allow me to forego the static .md > .html step I use for building my sites.
I found one called 'texme' here: https://github.com/susam/texme
Do you use or have written a similar tool?

Convert latex notation to ready to be embedded Markdown
These days it's becoming standard for any markdown converter to support katex/mathjax. For instance, markdownit has markdownitkatex. Dump your markdown with equations directly inside your html file and have it do the conversion. Or this: https://github.com/susam/texme
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Show HN: TeXMe Demo: SelfRendering Markdown (GFM) + LaTeX (MathJax) Document
Does the SelfHosting heading not answer that objection?

Why I’m Losing Trust in Open Source
> Open source maintainers abandoning projects due to lack of time and interest.
And the occasional demanding users who would rather have us working on their problems instead of our own.
Only about a couple of hours ago, I received an issue[1] on one of my projects suggesting I fix an issue which from my perspective appeared to be a lack of understanding of the documentation I have provided with the project. Unclear issue details and demanding behaviour can take a toll on a maintainer's morale.
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Need help installing Latex on Linux
From the screenshot, Obsidian looks like a typical Markdown editor that supports some LaTeX math syntax, probably rendered with something like Mathjax. On the other hand, Xournalapp seems to actually use LaTeX, even allowing you to use LaTeX packages like graphicx, tikz, etc.
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Is it possible to add LaTeX commands to a markdown file?
When exporting, you can choose to export and have KeenWrite replace TeX with SVG, or if you have a website that uses KaTeX or MathJax, you can export while leaving the TeX statements alone.

What is the latest MathJax?
MathJax 4 is available as a prerelease candidate from the GitHub releases page: https://github.com/mathjax/MathJax/releases. It supports 11 fonts: tex gyre math fonts (bonum, schola, pagella, termes, dejavu), asana math, stix2, neo euler, fira math and the original tex fonts in addition to the new default lmodern fonts. It can be accessed via CDN here: https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/[email protected]/es5/texmmlchtml.js Please refer to the release notes for more information.

Porting OkLab colorspace to integer arithmetic
Android smartphone, using Chrome. Indices appear as white boxes. I can send you a screenshot if that helps (don't think that it's possible to post image directly here ... ?). I agree with you that images are NG. I personally use https://www.mathjax.org/ .

I'm looking for a maths notation app
Ghostwriter (Markdown) + Mathjax + Pandoc for export. Distraction free and good rendering.
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flalign* not aligning equations to the left?
Also the LaTeX interpreter provided is based on MathJax, which doesn’t provide a full LaTeX environment (only mathmode macros are supported), so I can't implement the solution you provided, unfortunately.
I'm not using a standard LaTeX editor, but a markdown note taking app with LaTeX support based on MathJax, so $$ are required to initialize the LaTeX interpreter.

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You could also use something like Notion, which as a Markdown editor, but in terms of Markdown editors, I prefer Typora ($15) because it supports Mermaid where you can generate UML diagrams and other charts and uses MathJax for LaTeX support. You can also embed HTML and SVG and generate a preview of what the code looks like.
What are some alternatives?
KaTeX  Fast math typesetting for the web.
WeasyPrint  The awesome document factory
mathquill  Easily type math in your webapp
pandoc  Universal markup converter
tikzjax  TikZJax is TikZ running under WebAssembly in the browser
asciidoctorwebpdf  Convert AsciiDoc documents to PDF using web technologies
mermaid  Generation of diagrams like flowcharts or sequence diagrams from text in a similar manner as markdown
Hugo  The world’s fastest framework for building websites.
markdownitkatex  Add Math to your Markdown with a KaTeX plugin for Markdownit
obsidianlatexenvironments  Quickly insert and change latex environments within math blocks in Obsidian.
reactmathjax  React component to display math formulas
ReLaXed  Create PDF documents using web technologies