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Is MathJax in title allowed?

I don't think there's an official policy, but I agree with Raphael's answer that Mathjax should 'rather not' be used in titles, mostly for the reason that titles are (automatically) used in a lot of ...
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mathjax broken for prime + no-braces superscript + subscript

As Peter points out in the comments, the issue in the linked post is about combining primes with carets (^). The expression ...
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MathJax on Meta

We're not really sure why it wasn't turned on for Meta - it should have been enabled here when it was enabled on main. It's enabled now. :)
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Are `\bigl` and `\bigr` supported in MathJax on the Computer Science Stack Exchange?

The characters { and } are not allowed as delimiters for \bigl, \left and such, as these ...
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Is there a way to draw derivation trees with MathJax?

I use \dfrac (or \cfrac). (Example.) And yes, it's painful. Please don't post images of math. They're completly inaccessible to ...
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Using LaTeX in posts creates superfluous | symbols

It is a bug I have been having for the last 2-3 days. It happens with all MathJax rendering, not just in a profile. The culprit must be a browser addon, because when I start a new, clean, browser ...
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Using LaTeX in posts creates superfluous | symbols

Do not use MathJax in your profile. It won't work on sites without MathJax, e.g. Meta. Also, nobody wants to see colorful markup in your description. I have looked at your profile and some of your ...
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