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  • Jan 03 2016 02:45
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gugar20
@gugar20
Hi there, does anyone know how to use actual math in a <Latex> component in React? The output looks like a mix of text and math. Thanks!
nidupb
@nidupb
Hi guys, noobs here, I'm trying to display this formula with katex, but I can't render the % symbol :\%_{acquis} = \frac{I}{V_{prem}+I}. If I replace \% by a letter, it works fine.
what am I doing wrong ?
Eric Eastwood
@MadLittleMods

@nidupb Does it look correct here in Gitter? %acquis=IVprem+I\%_{acquis} = \frac{I}{V_{prem}+I} https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitter/webapp/-/blob/develop/docs/messages.md#katex-math-formulas

Perhaps it's the renderer you are using

nidupb
@nidupb
yes it does, I actually just found out a way to render it correctly : $$\\%\_{acquis} = \frac{I}{V_{prem}+I}$$
Eric Eastwood
@MadLittleMods
@nidupb Thanks for the follow-up!
Anshul Singhvi
@asinghvi17
Hey, so this might be a long shot, but I'm working on a plotting package in Julia, and I wanted to use KaTeX to typeset math, and extract glyph positions, scales and offsets. Is there a way I can do that through the KaTeX API?
Dima@finstreet
@dvogtfstr
Hey, how is it possible to change the font to an another font of the lib? I.E. to Katex_SansSerif? If I try it, it change only the plus and minus signs 🤔 Pls help
vingt100-82
@vingt100-82
Hi, is there any command who permit to align left : like this one \begin{left}
thx
Ricardo Navarro
@rnavarro92_gitlab
hi
exist the webpage support functions for v0.7.1 ?
lochiwei
@lochiwei_twitter
Is it possible to repeat a command n times in KaTeX?
Floris
@florisdf
What would be the easiest way to calculate the coordinates of the bounding box (width, height, left x, top y) of a symbol or sub-expression in a certain rendered expression, given the path to obtain that symbol/sub-expression from the KaTeX build tree?
KibikaJ
@KibikaJ
Hi @ronkok; and @kevinbarabash . Is it possible to use jsPDF to convert html KaTeX rendered equations and graphics to a PDF. Kindly suggest for the way forward. Thank you.
Christophe Calvès
@chrilves
Hi everyone, I try to find a way to prevent KaTeX from breaking inline math formulas. Is it possible?
KibikaJ
@KibikaJ
Hi
Hi @chrilves
Ed Darnell
@freemaths
@KibikaJ not quite what you asked for but I have found "print" works well in chrome. If you print a page containing katex and select "print to pdf" then the result is a nicely rendered PDF.
KibikaJ
@KibikaJ
Thank you so much. However, @freemaths , is there a way I can mimic chrome print mechanism in JavaScript or jQuery to print contents of a div containing katex instead of a whole html page?
Ed Darnell
@freemaths
@KibikaJ not that I am aware of. I haven't found any published APIs but you may be able track down open-source. Perhaps try asking on the chromium project?
Ed Darnell
@freemaths
@KibikaJ forgot to mention - what I do is render a different version of the page when prinitng. So you could just print one div if you want. It is a cumbersome mechanism if you only want a quick conversion of something small to PDF. It works fine if you want a PDF version of maths to upload and publish.
KibikaJ
@KibikaJ
@freemaths , I am really in a dilemma, my conversion may not involve so many pages upto a maximum of 20 pages otherwise less than 12 pages in many cases.
@freemaths could you be kind enough to give me your code to enable me make some progress. my email: jwkibika2013@gmail.com , thanks in advance.
KibikaJ
@KibikaJ
@freemaths Have you tried SlimmerJS before
Ed Darnell
@freemaths
@KibikaJ my development is all in React so might not be helpful. The key parts are: if (this.state.print) {
setTimeout(()=>{
window.print()
this.setState({print:false})
},2000)
} and if (this.state.print) return <div ref={r=>{this.maths=r}}>
{this.state.title&&<h5><Maths auto={true}>{this.state.title}</Maths></h5>}
<Maths width={this.state.width} auto={true}>{this.state.maths}</Maths>
</div> My maths class just renders my maths using Katex. I found the timeout was required to give the print page time to render.
KibikaJ
@KibikaJ
Thanks, so if you want to print content in a div
@freemaths I will attempt to mimic the code in JavaScript
KibikaJ
@KibikaJ
@freemaths, Hi, all math equations in KaTeX rendering on pdf appears to repeat with weird square root signs
nicolas moreau
@niikko_gitlab
Hi, I can not render a url link using katex. The command \href{https://katex.org/}{\KaTeX} is displayed in plain text. I set trust=true, is there something else to do ?
Kevin Barabash
@kevinbarabash
Sorry for not watching this channel lately. We've enabled GitHub Discussions in the KaTeX repo, see https://github.com/KaTeX/KaTeX/discussions.
@KibikaJ for PDF generation you may want to try puppeteer.
KibikaJ
@KibikaJ
Thanks. Let me take a look at it. I hope it will meet my basic needs.
Professorlopes
@professorlopes_gitlab
37\dfrac{3}{7}
mahesh99599
@mahesh99599
Hi, I'm not able to parse Katex "$\Ia = \sum{i=1}^\infty\ointM r{Q}^{2}\theta \,dA$ or$ \begin{Bmatrix} F = 12 N \\cr\tau = 26 N.m\end{Bmatrix} $" and it's giving "KaTeX parse error: Expected 'EOF', got '\' at position 8: \Ia = \̲\̲sum{i=1}^\inf… or KaTeX parse error: Expected 'EOF', got '\' at position 1: \̲\̲begin{Bmatrix} …", Can anyone help me in this, Thanks in advance
Ron Kok
@ronkok
Well, \Ia is not a LaTeX function. Neither is \ointM. You probably want to put "or" into text mode, not math mode. You are probably looking for something like: "$Ia = \sum_{i=1}^\infty\oint M r{Q}^{2}\theta \,dA\; \text{or} \begin{Bmatrix} F = 12\, \mathrm{N}N \ \tau = 26\, \mathrm{N\cdot m}\end{Bmatrix}$"
mahesh99599
@mahesh99599
@ronkok Thank you soo much for your quick response, It solved my issue. Thanks once again...!
mahesh99599
@mahesh99599
Hi, Is there a way to include commas in Katex synatx without breaking the columns in CSV file?
Dominique
@dpo

Hi. I’ve been testing KaTeX support in Gitter and I’m finding that some symbols look off. For instance, the following matrix has tiny brackets:

\begin{bmatrix} A & B \\ C & D \end{bmatrix}

[ABCD]\begin{bmatrix} A & B \\ C & D \end{bmatrix}

How do we get the proper rendering?
Dominique
@dpo
Also how do you render in display style?