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comment Using TeX fonts in HTML documents?
@DavidGiven — Fixed the URL... thank you for pointing this out.
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revised Using TeX fonts in HTML documents?
Fixed broken URL
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reviewed Approve Compatibility between Tikzlibrary with XeLaTeX
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answered Summation as exponent
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comment Vector arrow running into brackets
It's not a standard fix, but the \xvec macro here might help: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/44017/… (There's an example of how a vector r looks.)
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comment TeX family tree with timeline?
@McGafter — I actually made it using the digraph style of dot. If you have Graphviz installed, I can put up the .gv file on Pastebin or something, if you want.
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comment Pixel-perfect vertical alignment of image-rendered TeX snippets?
@AurélienOoms — MathJax is nice, but it solves a different problem. This was about using TeX's rendering engine rather than leaving it up to the browser. In other words, this question is about how to achieve the highest quality alignment from (La)TeX-generated images rather than how to achieve the highest quality typography using built-in fonts. So, by definition, there is no valid answer that would include MathJax, other than simply to mention it as a completely different alternative.
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