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Thanks, and regards, Trijnstel (talk) 23:14, 27 May 2012 (UTC)Reply[reply]

MathJax and Semantic FormsEdit

Hello Dirk. I encountered a little problem with the above combination. I don't know if it is related to Mathjax or Semantic Forms but maybe you can have a look. You can find a description of the problem on Semantic Forms with MathJax. Best regards --Jongfeli (talk) 11:49, 19 March 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]

MathJax and inject_JS problemEdit

I create a math formula on a page OK when I save the page, the formula is correctly displayed

now I disconnect and connect with an other username (in the same session of mediawiki) So now the formula isn't correctly displayed. The syntax is displayed and the inject_JS has not write inclusion at the end of the HTML page (even if the __MATHJAX__ has been written on the page to force the inject_JS)

Very often, after vieving other pages... and return to the page with formula the inject_JS is not executed.

So I redisconnect and reconnect as Wikisysop and now the formula is OK (LOL)

If I go to a new mediawiki session, the formula is never displayed as expected (except when i am log as WikiSysop)

So I just write some echo trace in the php : and at each times we exit from the inject_JS method : It is on the test if(self::$mark_n == 1) return true;

but I never have this problem if I log to the wiki as "wikisysop" why ? Is it probably due to the creation of a new object MathJax_parser that refresh its static variable $mark_n ?