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JsMath v3.6e has been released.

JsMath is a JavaScript program that allows you to incorporate mathematical notation into your HTML web pages without the need for complicated preprocessing, unreadable markup languages, or downloading plugins. It runs in most modern browsers, and it is well suited for use within blogs and other content-management systems. The input language is LaTeX, so many mathematicians already know how to enter equations using jsMath. ... read more

JsMath v3.6d has been released.

JsMath is a JavaScript program that allows you to incorporate mathematical notation into your HTML web pages without the need for complicated preprocessing, unreadable markup languages, or downloading plugins. It runs in most modern browsers, and it is well suited for use within blogs and other content-management systems. The input language is LaTeX, so many mathematicians already know how to enter equations using jsMath. ... read more

JsMath v3.6b has been released.

JsMath is a JavaScript program that allows you to incorporate mathematical notation into your HTML web pages without the need for complicated preprocessing, unreadable markup languages, or downloading plugins. It runs in most modern browsers, and it is well suited for use within blogs and other content-management systems. The input language is LaTeX, so many mathematicians already know how to enter equations using jsMath. ... read more

JsMath v3.6a has been released.

JsMath v3.6 has been released. JsMath is a JavaScript program that allows you to incorporate mathematical notation into your HTML web pages without the need for complicated preprocessing, unreadable markup languages, or downloading plugins. It runs in most modern browsers, and it is well suited for use within blogs and other content-management systems. The input language is LaTeX, so many mathematicians already know how to enter equations using jsMath. ... read more

JsMath v3.5 has been released. JsMath is a JavaScript program that allows you to incorporate mathematical notation into your HTML web pages without the need for complicated preprocessing, unreadable markup languages, or downloading plugins. It runs in most modern browsers, and it is well suited for use within blogs and other content-management systems. The input language is LaTeX, so many mathematicians already know how to enter equations using jsMath. ... read more

JsMath v3.4f has been released. JsMath is a JavaScript program that allows you to incorporate mathematical notation into your HTML web pages without the need for complicated preprocessing, unreadable markup languages, or downloading plugins. It runs in most modern browsers, and it is well suited for use within blogs and other content-management systems. The input language is LaTeX, so many mathematicians already know how to enter equations using jsMath. ... read more

JsMath v3.4e has been released. JsMath is a JavaScript program that allows you to incorporate mathematical notation into your HTML web pages without the need for complicated preprocessing, unreadable markup languages, or downloading plugins. It runs in most modern browsers, and it is well suited for use within blogs and other content-management systems. The input language is LaTeX, so many mathematicians already know how to enter equations using jsMath.... read more

JsMath v3.4d has been released. JsMath is a JavaScript program that allows you to incorporate mathematical notation into your HTML web pages without the need for complicated preprocessing, unreadable markup languages, or downloading plugins. It runs in most modern browsers, and it is well suited for use within blogs and other content-management systems. The input language is LaTeX, so many mathematicians already know how to enter equations using jsMath.... read more

JsMath v3.4c has been released. JsMath is a JavaScript program that allows you to incorporate mathematical notation into your HTML web pages without the need for complicated preprocessing, unreadable markup languages, or downloading plugins. It runs in most modern browsers, and it is well suited for use within blogs and other content-management systems. The input language is LaTeX, so many mathematicians already know how to enter equations using jsMath.... read more

This release includes fixes for the noImageFonts and autload plugins, and adds functionality to the easy-loader.

This release fixes a number of issues with alignment in MSIE7. See the change log for details.

It has been several months since a new version of jsMath has appeared. This release includes a number of bug fixes that have been made over the last few months, plus a significant new "easy loader" to make it possible to use jsMath by adding only a single SCRIPT tag to your web page. This distribution also includes new test files to help you determine if jsMath is properly installed on your server. The documentation on the jsMath web home page has been updated to include the new features.

Fixes a bug introduced in version 3.3f that can cause MSIE to stop processing mathematics when tex2math is used in conjunction with autoload.

Fixes a problem in the AMSsymbols extension where \mathbb was not properly defined to use the blackboard bold characters in the msbm font.

Fixed some problems with the autoload and tex2math plugins (in particular, fixed a problem where \$ was not always processed properly). Also fixed a problem where \longmapsto and \mapsto could appear with gaps within the arrows.

Version 3.3e includes a change that fixes incorrect cookie behavior in some browers, plus several small fixes and enhancements.

This update includes: a new smallFonts plugin for use when the main fonts on the page are small (it make subscripts larger than usual so they are more readable); a fix for a problem where heights of some characters were incorrectly computed in fallback modes; and several fixes for Konqueror.

This is a bugfix release, containing updates primarily for the autoload, tex2math and CHMmode plugins.