now even shorter

June 14, 2009

As of today, the question mark has been removed from mathURLs, so they look like instead of

Even better is this: instead of!

Of course, old-style mathURLs will continue to work.

Leave a note here if you notice any bugs.


2 Responses to “now even shorter”

  1. User Says:

    I found a bug:

    As an example, “>” in a \text block returns an upside down question mark rather than “>.”

    • mathurl Says:

      Hi, that’s actually the normal behavior of LaTeX (which mathURL is based on).

      For example, try to compile the following on your own computer:
      n > 1

      What you probably want instead is this:

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