It's kinda of tricky to get the following equation into the stackexchange site but is there a way to support the Mathematica font(or some equivalent) online?

For example the Integrate symbol doesn't display on this site but it is supported by the Mathematica editor.


Can we use these fonts online legally even?

EDIT: Although the questions are similar, one question is about Unicode, while mine is about font issues.

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    possible duplicate of How to copy code from Mathematica so it looks good on this site – Karsten 7. Sep 22 '15 at 19:46
  • @Karsten7. I believe this is a font issue please explain if it is not. – William Sep 22 '15 at 21:21
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    DifferentialD not displayed correctly is a related question, although not a replacement for this one. Many legitimate Mathematica symbols are lost in translation to StackExchange. – bbgodfrey Sep 23 '15 at 0:55
  • @bbgodfrey Yes and these fonts should fix everything, although I have not yet tried them. – William Sep 23 '15 at 0:58
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    It looks like it is possible (example) to have a different fonts than other subsites. I think this indeed a font issue, indeed fonts can display characters in the private use areas. I think this question is close enough to the linked one to be considered a duplicate (considering the addendum there). I hope we can make this work and thanks for asking this. – Jacob Akkerboom Sep 23 '15 at 11:43
  • Just having the fonts isn't particularly useful without the proper typesetting. Also copypaste into Mathematica should be fully supported to be more helpful than the MathJaX equations. – Karsten 7. Sep 28 '15 at 6:40

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