Date of publication: 2017-09-05 15:16
so what I need to do please?
I tried to find anything in sitting but nothing changed
still same problem the ( ) in different line not same as here !!!!
I have a problem using quicklatex in connection with Matlab-code containing Latex. To syntax highlight code I use a WP-Plugin. My example gets destroyed inside this comment, so here the code:
WP QuickLatex doesn 8767 t work on my website.
As example I write the expression :
at the page http:///?p=85
OK, it displays 8775 8776
at the page http:///?p=78
problem, it does not display anything
Each indication has particular advantages and drawbacks. For example, numeric is more compact (., require less space in a text line), and a group of references can be "compressed" into a range in the case they have sequential numbering (., [6,7,8,5] will be shown as [6–8,5]). On the other hand, author–year indication shows more information on the cited document (typically, first one or two author names, and a year of a publication), but requires more space compared to the numeric one. The space consumed by reference may become important if your document has high density of references (and you care about in-line space "wasted" by references :).
Both bugs are fixed. Sometimes WordPress uses non ASCII encoding for simple symbols like minus or prime. Such extended encoding is not supported by LaTeX. That was the cause.
I 8767 ve got a question:
is it possible to tell QuickLaTeX to run twice? Otherwise tikzpictures with the 8775 remember picture,overlay 8776 option won 8767 t be rendered correctly.
The latest gnuplot patterns contains lines that are much closer together than they used to be. With magnification of 9 or higher they shrink down into gray uniformity (can't see individual # lines), so for a pattern plot, a 7-times magnification seems to work the best.
It would be absolutely great if WP-QuickLaTeX would allow for using a local LaTeX-installation. I use some homegrown or locally modified packages as well as some that are on CTAN but not on