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Latex Problem in Chrome Hey Guys, when I use Latex in chrome. Fractions appear bad !

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Are you zoomed in at all? Try hitting Ctrl-0.
Oh the same had happened with me day before yesterday. They collided ... But, I never thought that this is a bug related to openstudy , I just took that as the problem of chrome or computer. I restarted computer(Laptop) and it worked ...

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It's a problem related to OpenStudy's MathJax, yeah.
@admins: Please try and check if reinstalling a new MathJax version fixes it all.
Parth, there's no such thing as "reinstalling" MathJax. We load it straight from their servers.
Apparently on the dev channel for windows Chrome 23, Latex is smooth :) @shadowfiend Yes I'm zoomed in, without that the text will be very small.
Yeah, don't use the dev channel and expect stuff to work. By definition things are going to be broken using that. haha.
Nope that was from Chrome 21 lol
And the fact that you're zoomed in is probably the cause, as shadowfiend suspects.
Yes, I'm just testing the chrome 23. @farmdawgnation is right, it's problem of being zoomed in. I just checked :)

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