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This has been enabled. Enjoy. (:


While I understand why you're requesting this feature, I disagree with the request. Your block should either be understood as code or math, but it can't be both at the same time without confusing a good number of users. As a counter point to your example, consider: With[{x$a = 1, y$b = 2}, {x$a, y$b}] That is valid Mathematica syntax. Now you wouldn't want ...


Another workaround is to encode the "$" as "%24" in the URL: [`MachineEpsilon`](, $\epsilon$ is $2^{-52}$.


I have checked in a fix for this; it will work as expected in the next build of the site. The separation of Markdown and LaTeX wasn't taking code spans into account, so when seeing `$foo` and `$bar` it prevented Markdown rendering in the part between the two dollar signs. The Markdown renderer thus saw `[something I'm not touching]bar`, turning the ...


The whole point of code blocks is that they're verbatim, kept as-is, without any processing. When you're talking about Mathematica code, you want to have Notation[ParsedBoxWrapper[\[Beta]]\[DoubleLongLeftRightArrow]ParsedBoxWrapper[beta]] If you want to have instead, you wouldn't put it in a code block. I understand that this makes the code non-copy-...


This seems to be a work-around. [image follows] [end image]


For one we have this old question of mine which seemed fixed. Then, we have an issue with dollar signs in code blocks that can sometimes to solved by additionally indenting the block. Other than that, I have issues when my code-blocks contain dollar signs (this is only a sample code..): This is annoying too since I finally moved to use dollar-variables like ...


I had high hopes for mathML but comes out as ⅇ x ⁢ Cos [ x ] - ⅇ x ⁢ Sin [ x ] and as ∫ - π ∞ sin ⁡ (...

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