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MathJax TeX extension for long division notation

A MathJax extension for inserting images in TeX input

Simple epub viewer for github-bookeditor epubs (will show multiple books)

Some stuff for the AIM workshop on braille print production

"Equations in ebooks" (ebookcraft 2018), slides and examples

a lame joke about LaTeX and HTML

MathJax TeX extension (partially) implementing the empheq and cases packages

public domain books project

Edit Books using Javascript and save to GitHub

Ace by DAISY, an Accessibility Checker for EPUB

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Thanks. It's not a huge priority for the AMS (it's actually slipped past checks until now despite a few dozen publications having arrays with custom spacing).

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Thanks, Davide.

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issue commentmathjax/MathJax

In our case, just supporting @{} would already go a long way.

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issue openedmathjax/MathJax

It would be great to have some level of support for @{...} in the array environment to control column spacing.

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issue commentmathjax/MathJax

Aha -- I had filed this for v2 back in the day https://github.com/mathjax/MathJax/issues/1706

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Just to add: this is a regression in v3 - v2 used to do this correctly.

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issue commentmathjax/MathJax

Similarly for $\bar{}$ and I'm guessing everything similar.

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issue openedmathjax/MathJax

E.g., x $\dot{}$ y renders the dot too low (does not match "real" TeX)

MathJax:

TeX

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Chiming in from the ARIA side: https://www.w3.org/TR/html-aria/#el-article is likely the source. There's been a recent shift in ARIA to more actively signal misuse of elements.

IMHO an <article> should be allowed to be an epigraph in an ebook

Setting a role on an element overrides its element-level semantics; in this case, the element ceases to be an article from an accessibility point of view. Well, if it's allowed anyway.

That's why general advice nowadays is not to change the semantics of HTML elements - it leads to unexpected behavior for users. More specific roles are still ok, i.e., it would make sense on a section because doc-epigraph is a subclass of the section role.

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issue commentw3c/aria

Thanks!

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issue openedw3c/aria

I'm not sure if this should go into aria-common issues; please transfer if that's the case.

A recent webAIM thread mentioned styling differences of published versions vs github pages. It looks like both https://w3c.github.io/aria/common/css/common.css and https://w3c.github.io/aria/img/accessibleelement.png return 404s.

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issue commentpkra/mathjax-img

Filed feature request upstream.

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issue commentzorkow/speech-rule-engine

I have never seen kph as abbreviation for km/h. Is that commonly used?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kilometres_per_hour

"The kilometre per hour (SI symbol: km/h; abbreviations: kph, kmph, km/hr) is a unit of speed,"

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Sometimes, you want to detach a navigator.

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There doesn't seem to be a way for the eventListener to react to the abortSignal so authors will have to do anything they want to do (e.g., clear aria-activedescendant properties to prevent users from being stuck in the tree after deactivation).

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issue closedmathjax/MathJax-demos-web

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Thank you, @WebReflection.

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issue commentmathjax/MathJax

It worked. Although, it will be very annoying to do that by hand every time. Well... Anyhow, thank you!

Some markdown parsers have support for ignoring TeX fragments built in or via plugins (e.g., kramdown, markdown-it). This usually makes things easier for authors.

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issue commentrbeezer/mathbook

Just to add: I did create a simple document (section with paragraphs and aside) and they read as I'd expect on JAWS, NVDA and Orca.

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issue commentrbeezer/mathbook

Relevant specs: https://www.w3.org/TR/html-aria/#el-aside and https://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria-1.1/#complementary

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issue commentrbeezer/mathbook

An HTML aside is not recognized by screen readers at this time,

What is this meant to describe exactly? Asides are generally "work" in screenreaders like any other content, i.e., they are read in browse mode when following the document order. Most screenreaders will announce their role correctly (as complementary landmark).

It's true that screenreaders can be configured to skip complementary content and I personally would not recommend it for content (like most ARIA it's meant for UI components, in this case complementary ones such as sidebars).

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