Bugs
admin Administator 58 posts 
Discuss bugs in itex2MML. 

Andrew Stacey 118 posts 
(Repost from the other discussion as this looks buglike to me.) Okay, let’s try this here. Compare and contrast: How it ought to look: $$\underset{n\to 0}{\mathrm{lim}}\frac{1}{n}=0$$
With a $${{\displaystyle \mathrm{lim}}}_{n\to 0}\frac{1}{n}=0$$
Now with a bit of grouping to help. $$\underset{n\to 0}{\mathrm{lim}}\frac{1}{n}=0$$
Somehow, the 

admin
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58 posts
edited 3 years ago 
It’s a matter of the precedence rules that you expect not being respected by itex2MML
is set with an
the precedence of the ”
which is set with an
gives you what you were expecting. I think this is confusing. Probably, you were expecting Update:Let’s see: $\underset{n\to 0}{\mathrm{lim}}\frac{1}{n}=0$ $${\mathrm{lim}}_{n\to 0}\frac{1}{n}=0$$
Yup. itex2MML 1.4.8 works as you’d expect. 

Andrew Stacey 118 posts 
Once again: thank you very much! 

Andrew Stacey 118 posts 
The optional argument syntax for extensible arrows doesn’t swallow spaces correctly. If I type $$\stackrel{[}{\to}a]b\underset{a}{\overset{b}{\to}}$$


admin Administator 58 posts  
Andrew Stacey 118 posts 
This looks like a bug in how Firefox renders MathML, but I thought I’d check with you first. How do $\hat{\otimes}$ and $\hat{\otimes}$ look to you? To me, the first has the hat offset to the right. I presume that it shouldn’t be so. 

admin
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58 posts
edited 3 years ago 
Correct. The accents work correctly when accenting an Thus:
You should file a bug report. 

Andrew Stacey 118 posts 
(My word, but that’s a complicated form. “What did you do?” I looked at a MathML web page. “What happened?” It didn’t look right. “What should have happened?” It should have looked right.) 

admin
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edited 3 years ago 
‘Cept it’s not a Firefox bug; it’s a Gecko Core (MathML Component) bug. As filed, no one relevant will see it. If you, as the Reporter of the bug, can reclassify it, maybe it will have a fighting chance of getting some attention. 

Andrew Stacey 118 posts 
Seems that I can so I have. 

admin Administator 58 posts 
According to Frédéric, it’s a feature, not a bug. I could change 

Andrew Stacey 118 posts 
I notice that Frederic has now closed this and says that the correct way to handle them is with 

jl344 4 posts 
Identifiers lumped together in MathML output Example: Output should be more or less ${X}_{a}b$ Two things wrong with this: first the “b” would never be subscripted in LaTex, and second, two variables should not be lumped in the same 

admin Administator 58 posts 
That’s a “feature”, not a bug. As described here, 

jl344 4 posts 
Good enough then and thank you. I thought 