So I pasted a LaTeX thing I'd made previously.. and this happened..
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I suspect what you saw was a delay in MathJax, which while unfortunate... let's be honest - you're not exactly using it for its intended purpose :P
But.. but why did it say that? It's so random. .-.
Ah, so OpenStudy uses a template system called Knockout. We write all our templates with placeholder content and then when information is provided from the server the placeholder content is "kocked-out" and the real content is substituted. What you saw is a side effect of part of the system thinking content is ready to be displayed (our half) before the rest of the system has generated the content (MathJax).
Oh, that's interesting. Thanks for explaining \(\Large\ddot\smile\)