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2017-08-01 10:52:45 -0500 | commented question | Can't get typeset equations. No MathJax? If it helps, https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2jM6iLpC6htRTkwTTJsMldSdjA/view?usp=sharing (here is a screenshot) |

2017-08-01 10:52:43 -0500 | commented question | Can't get typeset equations. No MathJax? It's the Sage notebook. Not Jupyter, not CLI. Typesetting is most definitely not working. I know that the MathJax files are there. I mentioned them in my post. But that doesn't change the fact that all my equations are just ASCII. There is also no error message. Is there a way to use the Jupyter notebook? When I run |

2017-07-29 14:26:36 -0500 | asked a question | Can't get typeset equations. No MathJax? I installed Sage yesterday on Ubuntu. I downloaded the latest version from the website. When I enter formulas I just get an ASCII text. I thought that Sage was supposed to use MathJax to produce nice-looking typset formulas, but I see nothing of the sort. I have spent a lot of time searching for a solution and found nothing. I recompiled Sage, but that made no difference. The Sage distribution seems to include MathJax, I have looked through the documentation and through the UI and found nothing. Can someone please tell me what I need to do to make Sage look decent? I don't know if it matters, but I want to use Maxima. But the problem appears with the plain Sage backend too. Cheers, Daniel. |

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