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The FAQ says under the heading “My LaTeX produces gobbledygook in iTeX and vice versa” that
$t^3,2$
renders as $t^3,2$ instead of $t^{3},2$
but to me, both renderings look the same, with the “,2” outside the superscript. Has iTeX changed since this FAQ was written?
Perhaps, or perhaps it was supposed to be a period all along: $t^3.2$.
I think the surrounding text makes it clear that it was supposed to be a comma.
The text makes it clear that it was expected to work with either. I don't know if it ever did work with either, and if so, for which versions of iTeX.
I've changed the example to use a period, so that it works, with a comment about how strange it is that the comma behaves differently now.
There appears to be another change; the last item under gobbledygook claims that $\text{∞}$
shouldn't parse, but it does. (There's even a helpful example to show that the text is wrong!) I can rewrite that, but I thought that I'd point it out first.
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