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− | This is a preview for the new '''MathML rendering mode''' (with SVG fallback), which is | + | This is a preview for the new '''MathML rendering mode''' (with SVG fallback), which is availble in production for registered users. |

If you would like use the '''MathML''' rendering mode, you need a wikipedia user account that can be registered here [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:UserLogin/signup]] | If you would like use the '''MathML''' rendering mode, you need a wikipedia user account that can be registered here [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:UserLogin/signup]] | ||

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− | :<math forcemathmode=" | + | :<math forcemathmode="mathml">E=mc^2</math> |

− | '''PNG''' (currently default in production) | + | <!--'''PNG''' (currently default in production) |

− | :<math forcemathmode=" | + | :<math forcemathmode="png">E=mc^2</math> |

'''source''' | '''source''' | ||

− | :<math forcemathmode=" | + | :<math forcemathmode="source">E=mc^2</math> --> |

<span style="color: red">Follow this [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Preferences#mw-prefsection-rendering link] to change your Math rendering settings.</span> You can also add a [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Preferences#mw-prefsection-rendering-skin Custom CSS] to force the MathML/SVG rendering or select different font families. See [https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Math#CSS_for_the_MathML_with_SVG_fallback_mode these examples]. | <span style="color: red">Follow this [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Preferences#mw-prefsection-rendering link] to change your Math rendering settings.</span> You can also add a [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Preferences#mw-prefsection-rendering-skin Custom CSS] to force the MathML/SVG rendering or select different font families. See [https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Math#CSS_for_the_MathML_with_SVG_fallback_mode these examples]. |

## Latest revision as of 21:52, 15 September 2019

This is a preview for the new **MathML rendering mode** (with SVG fallback), which is availble in production for registered users.

If you would like use the **MathML** rendering mode, you need a wikipedia user account that can be registered here [[1]]

- Only registered users will be able to execute this rendering mode.
- Note: you need not enter a email address (nor any other private information). Please do not use a password that you use elsewhere.

Registered users will be able to choose between the following three rendering modes:

**MathML**

Follow this link to change your Math rendering settings. You can also add a Custom CSS to force the MathML/SVG rendering or select different font families. See these examples.

## Demos

Here are some demos:

- accessibility:
- Safari + VoiceOver: video only, File:Voiceover-mathml-example-1.wav, File:Voiceover-mathml-example-2.wav, File:Voiceover-mathml-example-3.wav, File:Voiceover-mathml-example-4.wav, File:Voiceover-mathml-example-5.wav, File:Voiceover-mathml-example-6.wav, File:Voiceover-mathml-example-7.wav
- Internet Explorer + MathPlayer (audio)
- Internet Explorer + MathPlayer (synchronized highlighting)
- Internet Explorer + MathPlayer (braille)
- NVDA+MathPlayer: File:Nvda-mathml-example-1.wav, File:Nvda-mathml-example-2.wav, File:Nvda-mathml-example-3.wav, File:Nvda-mathml-example-4.wav, File:Nvda-mathml-example-5.wav, File:Nvda-mathml-example-6.wav, File:Nvda-mathml-example-7.wav.
- Orca: There is ongoing work, but no support at all at the moment File:Orca-mathml-example-1.wav, File:Orca-mathml-example-2.wav, File:Orca-mathml-example-3.wav, File:Orca-mathml-example-4.wav, File:Orca-mathml-example-5.wav, File:Orca-mathml-example-6.wav, File:Orca-mathml-example-7.wav.
- From our testing, ChromeVox and JAWS are not able to read the formulas generated by the MathML mode.

## Test pages

To test the **MathML**, **PNG**, and **source** rendering modes, please go to one of the following test pages:

## Bug reporting

If you find any bugs, please report them at Bugzilla, or write an email to math_bugs (at) ckurs (dot) de .