If you right-click on a formula it brings up the MathJax menu. It seems to remember your settings (perhaps stored using HTML5 local storage).spectral wrote:Is there some anti-aliasing option ? The formula looks pixelated..

BTW:Take a look at the previous link to compare.

Thanks

The default rendering method is HTML-CSS (meant to be the best), however you can switch between MathML and SVG too (Math Settings >> Math Renderer). Which one is best presumably depends on your browser/fonts etc. I'd imagine fonts are loaded remotely though.

SVG might be better for a "bolder" (and perhaps more anti-aliased) look, especially if your browser doesn't smooth/anti-alias fonts as well.

Also you can define a "Scale All Math..." percentage if you'd like the equations to be a different size.

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