Seriously awesome feature. I love it. But...
I'm using Google Chrome, and there's a problem with the preview post option whenever I change a formula.
Say I type in this formula:
V(t) = L\\frac {dV}{dt}')">V(t) = L\\frac {dV}{dt} '>
...and hit Preview Post to check if I got the syntax right and the formula displays right. Then I realize I got one of the variables wrong, and it should be:
V(t) = L\\frac {dI}{dt}')">V(t) = L\\frac {dI}{dt} '>
However, when I Preview Post again, the image still shows
V(t) = L\\frac {dV}{dt}')">V(t) = L\\frac {dV}{dt} '>
And yet, when I mouse-over the image, it shows the correct V(t) = L\frac {dI}{dt} formula.
In other words, the picture and the updated formula don't match.
Is this a bug with the Latex system itself, Chrome, or might there just be something wrong with my browser settings somewhere?
It's a well-known issue with LaTeX at PF.
Hi Jiggy-Ninja!
You need to click quot;Refreshquot; (on your browser) …
somehow that clears your cache, and then the preview shows the LaTeX correctly.
Originally Posted by tiny-tim Hi Jiggy-Ninja!
You need to click quot;Refreshquot; (on your browser) …
somehow that clears your cache, and then the preview shows the LaTeX correctly.
That works, thank you.
Thought it had something to do with caching. |