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Rendering error: Comments with MathJax syntax errors overflow their boxes

For some reason the rendering of the right hand column of the webpage is overlapping my comments and is preventing me from editing or deleting my post... Screen Resolution: 1280 x 800 Windows XP ...
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Math processing error

I keep getting math processing errors. I've tried force refreshing the page and clearing the browser cache and cookies and that doesn't seem to have done anything. Is there a site-wide issue with ...
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bordermatrix in MathJaX

It would be nice to have the option to use bordermatrix in MathJaX. See the bottom of the page http://www.math.harvard.edu/texman/node25.html
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Fonts too bold after recent MathJax upgrade?

This is not an actual bug, so I am tagging it as a feature-request, but after MathJax upgrade, all the fonts look more bold for me, as if too much antialiasing were applied. This happens both in ...
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LaTeX formulas do not work with IE9

For some reason the LaTeX formulas do not work with IE9. On the top of the page I get a red bar saying "Statistical Analysis Meta works best with JavaScript enabled". I have not disabled javascript so ...
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LaTeX display problem on iPad

I sometimes browse the site on an iPad (16GB no 3G) using Safari and have noticed that many of the LaTeX equations are not rendered properly on stats.SE but are on other sites including the MathJax ...
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LaTex works in meta but does not preview in parent

I entered various LaTex tags: $\alpha$ $\log \Lambda_i$ $S_i$ and these all look great here in meta and in the preview. However, when I enter the same in answering a question in parent, the preview ...
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Firefox 3.6.13 messes up Mathjax

This problem was first reported on Math.SE. I'm bring this to your attention since Stats.SE also uses Mathjax. Basically, the latest build of Firefox version 3.6.13 has a known issue of messing up ...