[OS X TeX] Safari and MathML
Aditya Dushyant Trivedi
atrivedi2 at student.gsu.edu
Thu Mar 17 12:56:02 EST 2005
>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.
It works partially. But far from complete. Some rendering is actually incorrect. To see Firefox fail gloriously, check out http://www.wolfram.com/products/publicon/samples/default/
Click on the XML Link and you will see what I mean. You will also see a request to install the necessary fonts and a URL. DONT install them. They are broken and will make things worse. A not on the url mentions that as well. If you compare the rednering (of what is rendered) with the pdf version, some of it is incorrect as well.
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