(onlist for archival) Take a look at the wikisophia sandbox. I made an
edit at the bottom with a "Math" title. It seems that latex causes
linebreaks sometimes, but not other times.
The interesting thing is that if you change the text (i.e. add text
before or after the math, so that the placement of the math within the
paragraph is different), the linebreaks may change. Playing around with
the sandbox edit, you can make the word '\Pi arie' have a break in it
and remove the break after \pi or \sum. I haven't quite figured out how
to predict where/when the breaks will occur, nor do I know whether they
are browser/client specific (but why would they be).
Also, as is illustrated in the sandbox, some linebreaks result in a box
surrounding the next line and some don't. This is also unpredictable. Is
there a problem with my usage of the tags?
Not often do I explicitly need inline math, but it's something I thought
you should know about, incase it's a more endemic problem.
Peter Danenberg wrote:
> pyarie.wikisophia.org should be propagated by now,
> John; if you don't mind switching, I can remove that symlink
> hack in the root directory. ;)
> Peter Danenberg .