Attached is a sample document, and also an error report generated by "Send to Apple" that I copied and pasted into a text file. The crash happens randomly when I'm editing the math in a text editor while previewing it on the side.
Brett on 01 Nov, 2019 10:13 PM
Is there anything else you can tell me about the conditions that precipitate the crash? Do you notice Marked slowing down first? Failing to update?
Mostly there isn't any slowing down. The application just quits (as it tries to render the math), and after a short while the Send to Apple dialog pops up.
Also, a problem probably just with MathJax, is that the attached sample fails to render properly (shown in the attached image). It can be fixed by inserting spaces next to the inequality signs. See if you can reproduce that.
Brett on 02 Nov, 2019 11:24 AM
I'm testing on Catalina and not seeing any issues on my machine, so I
there should be a hang, not a crash, so that's weird as well. I'll be
digging further into the crash report this weekend.
As far as your test equation, the `<x` portions are being recognized as
the start of HTML tags, leading to strange rendering. You can see what
I'm talking about by right clicking on the results that do show up and
choosing Inspect Element. Spaces after each less than symbol are the
Thanks for the effort. I will try to more carefully observe the conditions under which the crash occurs and report to you.
Also, a trivial feature request: to collapse multiple continuous empty lines into one, so that the latex definitions don't occupy a big blank space on the top of the page. I'm not sure if it's in the preferences somewhere though. But if not, please consider it.