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I could really use MathJax for a series of qestions - how to build support for it?

I use blender to illustrate and demonstrate physics and optics, and it's incredibly useful. Blender + Python is a winning combination for science. I'd like to ask several questions, and they involve ...
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Can we rethink requesting MathJaX?

I know this has already been brought up and (sort of) rejected, but that was over a year ago and I think it deserves a new discussion. Computer graphics is an inherently mathematical subject (we do ...
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Tips for new users

The Zen of BSE as I see it BSE isn't a forum The search facility (top right) works great! Use it - you'll be surprised what you find. Your posts can be edited by anyone. This is normal. You wont ...
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How do we enhance the SE spell check dictionary?

Ever notice how some common Blender words that we use on a regular basis, e.g. viewport, SHFT, CTRL, and wireframe, always throw a spelling exception? Is there any way to get these, and other common ...
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Overuse of code snippet formatting

I often notice people using the code snippet formatting for many more things than showing code, often just to emphasize things. ...
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What case should letters inside <kbd> tags be?

What case should letters inside <kbd> tags be? e.g. ⎈ ctrlr ⎈ CtrlR ⎈ CTRLR Any there any advantages or disadvantages to different ...
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How to add the boxes around the keyboard buttons?

When I posted an answer for someones question: https://blender.stackexchange.com/posts/16530/revisions It got edited and these key box's were added. They look nifty, but because I'm new, I don't ...
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How do we get syntax highlighted python in this stack exchange?

maybe im missing something.. but this should show some colours at the very least. (insert some generic python here) for i in range(40): print("something") I ...