What browser are you using? IE6 has this problem.
Yes, it is IE 6; but it worked a few months ago when I last visited this forum.
A possible alternative to try, not guarunteed, but worth trying:
(It worked with Dial-up) - install an alternate browser, go on line with your normal browser, go to physicsforums, and then open your alternate browser and also go to physicsforums. This is something I tried a few years ago when our internet provider software did not permit certain features of physicsorums to be usable. The use of the alternative internet browser permitted what the normal software did not permit.
Referring to #4 post, upgrading to IE 8 may be better if this is possible.
Thank you I will try another browser for now. I'm afraid some thinkpad software might not work with IE8.
Older browsers can't be supported forever. This issue has come up before. If you switch to a newer browser then Latex should show correctly.
I have never had any kind of problem here since I joined. I've always had the latest version of firefox as my browser.
Latex works with Firefox, but it doesn't work with IE6. Our LaTex here on the forum is thanks to a custom hack by chroot.
The Opera browser will also do. The older versions of the Opera browsers can even run on Windows 95.
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