i dont seem to be able to use the divide sign in LaTeX... what could be the problem??

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i dont seem to be able to use the divide sign in LaTeX... what could be the problem??

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sometimes when i use the 'over' command, i dont see the horizontal bar that separates the numerator from denominator.
I'm not too familiar with latex, but in the equation dialog I usually use: frac{num}{denom} rendered like so: \[\frac{\pi}{2}\]
Yes, I've noticed this bug. It has to do with our math typesetting library; we'll be updating to its latest version very soon and that should hopefully help.

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And to be clear -- both \frac and \over are susceptible to it, unfortunately. Also, I've been using LaTeX for a while and this is the first time I've heard of \over. < shakes fist > :p

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