[OS X TeX] Safari and MathML
ealdrov at zeno.math.fsu.edu
Thu Mar 17 11:31:46 EST 2005
On Thu, Mar 17, 2005 at 11:11:20AM -0500, Aditya Dushyant Trivedi wrote:
> >Hi there,
> >does anyone know if Safari is able to visualize MathML code? I'm trying
> >to convert some simple LaTeX formulas with TeX4ht but the resulting
> >MathML code seems not displayed correctly in Safari. Actually Firefox
> >doesn't seem to do it better... :-(
> >Any suggestion?
> > Andrea.
> I think you are out of luck. I had looked into it a few weeks
> ago. As far as I know no browser (atleast free ones) on Mac OS
> X supports MathML. An older version of Mozilla (1.3 I believe)
> worked. But anything later than that does not. I vaguley
> remember taht there is some kind of a font issue with the
> latest versions of Mozilla/Firefox. MathML support on Windows
> side is fine. Even in Firefox.
I'm confused. I _can_ display xhtml1.1+mathml in Firefox
1.0.1. Admittedly it's calculus level math, converted from latex
with tex4ht. I don't have the Mathematica fonts installed.
No Safari, at any rate.
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