Error message in console: Loading failed for the <script> with source “https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/mathjax/2.7.5/MathJax.js?config=TeX-AMS_HTML-full”

As a side question, I noticed that quantserve is also being used on the website. Do you plan to implement CDNs used for tracking? That seems counterproductive if so. I'd humbly ask to keep away from that :)

Math symbols do not work on [this StackExchange math question](https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/3779667/if-x-sin-ay-sin-bz-sin-c-x2-sin2ay2-sin2bz2-sin-2c-0-show-x3-sin3ay) or https://math.stackexchange.com in general. The website does not use CSP, but Cloudflare (the host for the library) does - is that a problem?
Error message in console: `Loading failed for the <script> with source “https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/mathjax/2.7.5/MathJax.js?config=TeX-AMS_HTML-full”`
As a side question, I noticed that [quantserve](https://secure.quantserve.com/quant.js) is also being used on the website. Do you plan to implement CDNs used for tracking? That seems counterproductive if so. I'd humbly ask to keep away from that :)

Basically no problem, but the framework is too big (v2.7.5 = 25-75 MB).

This proposal has been made before ([old repository on Gitlab.com | Issue #1](https://gitlab.com/nobody42/localcdn/-/issues/1)).
Basically no problem, but the framework is too big (v2.7.5 = 25-75 MB).

Regarding the second question, I presume that only useful CDNs are being added, correct

Oh, sorry. Yes, only necessary CDNs are supported now and in the future. Don't worry, tracking isn't part of it. 😉

> Regarding the second question, I presume that only useful CDNs are being added, correct
Oh, sorry. Yes, only necessary CDNs are supported now and in the future. Don't worry, tracking isn't part of it. 😉

Through #469 I have spent some time with MathJax and tried and tested many different things. I think some kind of minimal MathJax could be realized. Unfortunately the framework is still too big, so it isn't possible to include all functions. At least showing formals should be possible. Currently the folder is about 1 MB and should be ok.

I've added MathJax v2.7.5. Of course there are newer versions, but the package is still too big and it isn't possible to upgrade from v2.x to v3.x.

I think this should cover most cases at the moment.

I've to bump this issue up again.
Through #469 I have spent some time with MathJax and tried and tested many different things. I think some kind of **minimal** MathJax could be realized. Unfortunately the framework is still too big, so it isn't possible to include all functions. At least showing formals should be possible. Currently the folder is about 1 MB and should be ok.
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I've added MathJax v2.7.5. Of course there are newer versions, but the package is still too big and it isn't possible to upgrade from v2.x to v3.x.
I think this should cover most cases at the moment.
I tested with these pages:
* https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/2775981/prove-sin-alpha-beta-sin-alpha-gamma-sin-beta-gamma-4-cos-frac-al?rq=1
* https://pagedown.rbind.io/
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#### Interested in testing this?
https://codeberg.org/nobody/LocalCDN/wiki#user-content-5-you-recently-changed-something-in-the-code-and-i-would-like-to-test-it-how-can-i-do-that

LGTM! Tested those pages in Firefox Nightly and jumped around Math StackExchange; can't say much else other than well done on compressing things down to under 10% while keeping most utility :)

LGTM! Tested those pages in Firefox Nightly and jumped around Math StackExchange; can't say much else other than well done on compressing things down to under 10% while keeping most utility :)

nobody
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Math symbols do not work on this StackExchange math question or https://math.stackexchange.com in general. The website does not use CSP, but Cloudflare (the host for the library) does - is that a problem?

Error message in console:

`Loading failed for the <script> with source “https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/mathjax/2.7.5/MathJax.js?config=TeX-AMS_HTML-full”`

As a side question, I noticed that quantserve is also being used on the website. Do you plan to implement CDNs used for tracking? That seems counterproductive if so. I'd humbly ask to keep away from that :)

This proposal has been made before (old repository on Gitlab.com | Issue #1).

Basically no problem, but the framework is too big (v2.7.5 = 25-75 MB).

That makes sense! You can close the issue.

Regarding the second question, I presume that only useful CDNs are being added, correct?

Oh, sorry. Yes, only necessary CDNs are supported now and in the future. Don't worry, tracking isn't part of it. 😉

MathJax admitted through the filter in develop#348Add mathjax.rstudio.com#469Add mathjax.rstudio.com#469I've to bump this issue up again.

Through #469 I have spent some time with MathJax and tried and tested many different things. I think some kind of

minimalMathJax could be realized. Unfortunately the framework is still too big, so it isn't possible to include all functions. At least showing formals should be possible. Currently the folder is about 1 MB and should be ok.I've added MathJax v2.7.5. Of course there are newer versions, but the package is still too big and it isn't possible to upgrade from v2.x to v3.x.

I think this should cover most cases at the moment.

I tested with these pages:

## Interested in testing this?

https://codeberg.org/nobody/LocalCDN/wiki#user-content-5-you-recently-changed-something-in-the-code-and-i-would-like-to-test-it-how-can-i-do-that

v2.6.8milestone 2 months agoAdd mathjax.rstudio.com#469LGTM! Tested those pages in Firefox Nightly and jumped around Math StackExchange; can't say much else other than well done on compressing things down to under 10% while keeping most utility :)

to~~Add MathJax.js~~[math.stackexchange.com] Add MathJax.js2 months agoGlad to hear that 😊

I think the issue can be closed. The tests were successful so far. If there are problems, just reopen or create a new issue 😊

Display of mathematical formulas (MathJax): https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/simstudy/vignettes/simstudy.html#527