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Not seeing equations? It might be just me, but whenever I type an equation, it does not appear in LaTeX form: [(4x - 2)/9 = (3x + 2)/12]. The attached images also correlate with what I am seeing.

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Its just you I think. You should try Again and see if it works now :) Might have been that yours was just loading slower :}
@some_someone I just flushed my cache and DNS. The drawing tool and attach button appear fine. It's just the Equation Tool. I can't even click on it. Maybe OS has got a little network congestion.

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umm, i doubt it. Maybe its your browser that doesnt let you execute the script. What browser are you using?
Google Chrome
hmm, do you think it might be that? you could try using some other me other browser.
I actually use both Firefox and Chrome, although I'm on Chrome right now. I could try Firefox but it lags more often.
Hey there, Please post this in the Math Section & we will be glad to help :)

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