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For Chrome on WInXP. I havedownloaded MathPlayer, and that helped a bit, but I still seem to need some fonts. I always forget what to do about these annoyingly missing fonts. Can anyone please remind me?
I think the STIX fonts are what you need, but I don’t use Windows or Chrome, so I can’t be more specific.
I prefer the Deja Vu fonts; both these and STIX have a wide range of mathematical symbols, including all of the ones that I’ve ever seen used on the Lab.
But if you’re using the same computer, then you should have the same fonts; I don’t know why Firefox was using them but Chrome won’t. (The nLab CSS contains instructions for which fonts to use, with both STIX and Deja Vu among its recommendations, so any modern browser should know what to try.)
MathPlayer works in Chrome? I thought it was only an IE plugin. I didn’t think Chrome had any MathML support at all yet, until Webkit does.
I didn’t think Chrome had any MathML support at all yet, until Webkit does.
Right, I guess MathPlayer has nothing to do with it. It’s that MathJax plugin that kicks in and displays the math.
But it’s very inefficient. On infinity-Lie groupoid for instance it is still processing the math while I am typing this here. And clearly I will be quicker with finishing…
The nLab CSS contains instructions for which fonts to use, with both STIX and Deja Vu among its recommendations, so any modern browser should know what to try.
On second look, it seems that the Lab is not giving any suggestions for math fonts; my browser must be coming up with a list from somewhere. So that could be the problem; you’ll have to tell Chrome what fonts to use somehow.
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