What is the latest MathJax?

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  • MathJax

    Beautiful and accessible math in all browsers

    MathJax 4 is available as a pre-release 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/mathjax@4.0.0-alpha.1/es5/tex-mml-chtml.js Please refer to the release notes for more information.

  • MathJax-src

    MathJax source code for version 3 and beyond

    I am using MathJax from Emacs org-mode and it is grabbing MJ 3 from https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/[email protected]/es5/tex-mml-chtml.js In Emacs I supposedly have configuration options to get, for example, the LaTeX Euler font -- or a few others. But it doesn't seem to work. I inspect my web page output and I see a CSS class MJX-TEX, and it's CSS breakdown is .MJX-TEX { font-family: MJXZERO, MJXTEX; } Good. I think I can simply go into my own CSS and change something with the font family. But I wouldn't know what to. I found this code where it seems to have a long list of "font families" but I have no idea what they are or how to change the above CSS font-family tag. I read that 3 doesn't allow changing fonts. Is that still true? Any knowledge on how to handle/change fonts appreciated.

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