hmm. Thanks. I tried that actually. I think that just plain $$ works, but it’s the embedding within it of the latex environment that seems to confuse it.
I’ve not seen this behavior before with “all-in-one” markdown tools like Atom, MacDown, etc. So there’s something unusual in the MathJax implementation I think. It renders properly in a browser with a stock preamble MathJax setup.
I don’t know what all of the different choices are inside of Marked but I tried all of the MathJax versions.
Brett on 18 Jul, 2017 05:27 PM
First, are you certain the custom processor (pandoc) is working? There would be a green "light" icon at the bottom right of the preview window. For me, with the TeX-AMS-MML_HTMLorMML-full configuration, it works as is with both the built-in MultiMarkdown or with Pandoc as a custom processor.
Thanks, but no, I’m not sure that pandoc is working. I can make multimarkdown be respected and get the green light, but it fails. I’ve attached screen shots. Notice that multimarkdown fails for inaccessibility to the binary. Yes, I have the apple store version.
There’s also that strange “pipe” like vertical line at the end of each.