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I'm testing TeX.\[\sum_{\lim x\to\infty}^{\mathbb Z\in\mathbb R}\Pi\left(x_1,x_2,\ldots,x_n\right)\]
It seems that the American MathJax server has crashed. Can you guys see TeX?
It just doesnt recognize what \Rho is
It's not just here, unfortunately.
Can't see damn thing ..
works here http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/504e2d2fe4b064acfea5f1d6
I'll try messing around with DNS settings.
btw its \rho not \Rho
I loaded that page before i loaded this one :< I live in the other corner of world ... probably doesn't work with DNS
OpenDNS I hear works with MathJax. Why would DNS settings affect whether MathJax works?
\[ \text{Hello this works for me !!} \]
Doesn't work, but I hear this problem is localized in the US if I'm not using OpenDNS, or Neustar's recursive DNS.
I'm not too bothered; as terrible as a day without TeX is, I'll live.
This plugin for Chrome renders LaTeX TeX The World for Chromium Here is an example: [; e^{\pi i} + 1 = 0 ;]