Message info From:Platonides Subject:Re: [Mediawiki-l] Need a bit of MathJax help: this message is HTML encoded so you may see what I do. Date:Sun, 19 Feb 2012 19:31:09 +0100

On 19/02/12 16:21, John W. Foster wrote:
> I have Extension:MathJax installed & it tests out to be working
> following the instructions in mediawiki. I still have 1 issue though;
> Example; If I load up Template:Quantum mechanics which includes the
> following :
>> {{Sidebar with collapsible lists
>> |name = Quantum mechanics
>> |bodystyle = width:18.5em;
>> |title = [[Quantum mechanics]]
>> |image = <hr/><div style="padding:0.35em 0 0.3em;"><math>\Delta x\, \Delta p \ge \frac{\hbar}{2}</math></div>
>> |caption = <div style="padding-bottom:0.5em;">[[Uncertainty principle]]</div><hr/>
> I get the proper output in the navbox. When that template is transcluded
> onto another page I get this error in the navbox:

MathJax uses JavaScript to render the image.

>> Failed to parse (Cannot write to or create math temp directory):
>> \Delta x\, \Delta p \ge \frac{\hbar}{2}

This error is produced by Extension:Math (the original one, based on texvc).

There's something odd in your environment. Even if you had both
extensions enabled, competing for the <math> hook, one of them should be
consistently winning.

Disabling the other one should fix it for you.

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