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They are using Latex. Learn about it here: https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=8997"

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Hmm... so if I made a LaTeX image in a post, and then preview the post, will it show the image?

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Sadly, no. The Latex doesn't display in preview mode. But when you submit the post it will appear.

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Mainly you post something in latex, then spend the next five minutes trying to work out why [tex] \int \sqrt \frac (pi r^2/x^2)[/tex] doesn't appear as [tex]\int \sqrt \frac \pi {r^2}{x^2}[/tex]Hmm... so if I made a LaTeX image in a post, and then preview the post, will it show the image?

you can click on any latex to show the source code.

If you already know latex it's easy enough, and even if you don't it's really easy too learn. I pretty much picked it up overnight it's that simple.

When you edit latex, it's often wise to refresh after you've submitted, otherwise the changes don't normally show up.

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