Oops, you seem to be right – the MathML isn’t being rendered in Chrome. Strange, I thought I tested it. Sorry for the confusion. I’ll update the post.

]]>I think SVG has got a lot going for it. In some ways it’s like PDF but for web pages. And Google’s svgweb ‘JavaScript shim’ can translate SVG into Flash on the fly. They say that SVG plus svgweb gives 95% coverage.

]]>> which, it should be noted, has not not been updated since July 2010

yes sorry we’ve been a bit preoccupied getting the spec out, there are several updates planned for the website.

Of course for printed medium TeX still beats printing from a browser easily.

As for no one using it, we’ll see but NIST’s DLMF (http://dlmf.nist.gov/)

and mathscinet (aka online math reviews) are two big users (mathscinet uses tex markup converted on the fly to mathml via mathjax) http://www.ams.org/mathscinet/help/about.html

All the best, John

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