Re: Firefox add-on to force Gecko's MathML rendering in MathJax
Thank you for your feedback. The add-on inserts a <script> tag to ask
MathJax to modify its own code and fix performance/rendering bugs. This
seems what is causing the warning. I didn't try to analyze the problem,
but opened https://github.com/fred-wang/Mathzilla/issues/25 for now.
If you go to the preference menu of the add-on and uncheck the two lost
options (disable MathML preprocessor & Fix bugs), the <script> tag won't
be inserted (only the MathJax menu options are modified) by the add-on
and the warning disappears.
Le 08/08/2014 04:47, Andy C a écrit :
> Frédéric_Wang <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> FYI, I've written a new Firefox add-on that forces the Native MathML
>> output to be selected on Websites using MathJax and it has just been
>> approved by the AMO reviewers:
>> https://addons.mozilla.org/addon/mathjax-native-mathml/ >>
>> I hope it could be useful to some people...
>> Frédéric Wang
>> MathML Crowdfunding: ulule.com/mathematics-ebooks
> Hi Frédéric,
> Thanks for this add-on, it's very useful.
> I did find one minor problem, and it only occurs on the nbcnews.com web site.
> Here's an example URL:
> http://www.nbcnews.com/news/investigations/u-s-will-seize-half-billion-late-nigerian-dictator-abachas-n175331 >
> When I go to that page, I get an error message dialog saying, "No PDK base URL
> could be detected. Asynchronous load of PDK requies a tp:baseUrl meta tag". I
> am running Firefox 31.0 on Windows 7 x64. With all my add-ons disabled, it
> goes away. But if I enable only the native MathML add-on, the error message
> returns in a repeatable way.