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October 18, 2003

Camino and MathML

As previously announced, Dave Haas’s MathML-enabled build of Camino is out and works with this blog (as well or poorly as any current Mozilla build on MacOSX). You need the Mathematica Fonts installed and you should add

user_pref("font.mathfont-family", "Math1, Math2, Math4");
user_pref("font.mathfont-family.\u2212.base", "Math1");

to your ~/Library/Application Support/Camino/user.js file.

Update (10/18/2003): Dave Haas writes:

FYI — I changed the default all-camino.js pref file to include the fonts listed on your blog. On my next build, it should display (presuming the fonts are installed) as “correctly as one could hope” without any additional effort on the user’s part.

Posted by distler at October 18, 2003 7:23 PM

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