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### LaTeX support is back

Posted: **06.12.2009, 19:46**

by **chris**

LaTeX support was disabled in the upgrade of the forum software to version 3.0.6, but it's back now after restoring the necessary customizations. Please resume your mathematical conversations...

--Chris

### Re: LaTeX support is back

Posted: **06.12.2009, 19:48**

by **t00fri**

chris wrote:LaTeX support was disabled in the upgrade of the forum software to version 3.0.6, but it's back now after restoring the necessary customizations. Please resume your mathematical conversations...

--Chris

Wow...

Check:

\frac{\int_0^\infty dx^\lambda \,f_\lambda^\nu (x)}{\partial_\mu g^{\mu \nu}(x)}

=======> OK

Fridger

### Re: LaTeX support is back

Posted: **06.12.2009, 19:58**

by **ajtribick**

Great!

### Re: LaTeX support is back

Posted: **06.12.2009, 20:24**

by **t00fri**

On my monitor, the LaTeX formulae appear always VERY small. Is there any way to switch to a larger rendering??

Fridger

Posted: **10.08.2016, 13:38**

by **Alexell**

After the restoration of the old forum to the new URL, the LaTeX does not work. I will correct it in the near future .

Added after 8 hours 16 minutes:Support LaTex returned. However, it will only work

**for new messages**. To show formulas in the old posts, you need to

edit post and save, so that the formula image will be generated. See example:

viewtopic.php?p=120454#p120454

Posted: **11.08.2016, 00:10**

by **Cham**

Lets see :

R_{\mu \nu} \:-\: \frac{1}{2} \; g_{\mu \nu} \, R \:+\: \Lambda \, g_{\mu \nu} \:=\: -\: 8 \pi G\; T_{\mu \nu}

Anyone knows what this is ?

Posted: **11.08.2016, 06:33**

by **Alexell**

**Cham**, I'm not a scientist, so I do not know

Posted: **11.08.2016, 22:30**

by **Andy74**

Should be Einstein's field equations, right?

At least there is some scientific content on the new forum

Posted: **24.01.2017, 19:14**

by **Alexell**

Today I made a new implementation LaTex, and in the coming days will try to make the visual equation editor.