Katex is much faster and nowadays covers most of math symbols.
Nevertheless, Katex has no inline equations and this is a turning point 
both for rendering and publishing.
If you have to write a complex text interleaving text and math symbols, you 
cannot use block equations only.
For what I know something like ${...}$ is not yet implemented in katex.
I've read about html classes + javascript solutions, anyway it's annoying 
adding a class to every math fragment.

Anyway on release 5.1.17 of TW5, mathjax plugin is not working so well 
(requires refresh at every update for rendering), so at the moment I've no 
complete alternatives...

il giorno martedì 8 maggio 2018 10:03:39 UTC+2, John ha scritto:
> MathJax can be fully offline too.
> As to the question asked: I find that for pure rendering purposes, Katex 
> is clearly the best, but it doesn't allow for macro definitions. I use them 
> a lot to generate the Latex I need.
> So I write with the MathJax plugin and for publishing use Katex.
> On Wednesday, May 2, 2018 at 4:31:59 PM UTC+2, PMario wrote:
>> On Wednesday, May 2, 2018 at 12:00:19 PM UTC+2, Ste Wilson wrote:
>>> Just out of interest what advantage/ difference is there using mathjax 
>>> over the katex plugin? 
>> TiddlyWiki switched to katex, since it is 100% offline. 
>> -m 

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