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Some LaTeX commands generate characters concatenated in the same MathML token element
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I don't whether it's a bug or a feature but on

I see that

  1. "\ulcorner \urcorner \llcorner \lrcorner" generates 4 characters, each one in its own <mo> element while
  1. while "\vartriangleleft \ntriangleleft \vartriangleright \ntriangleright" puts the 4 characters in the same <mo> element.

I'm not sure this situation happens in "real" math, though.

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fredw created this task.Jul 9 2015, 12:06 PM
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As mentioned upstream, this is expected behavior. It's the result of MathJax trying to reconcile TeX and MathML layout.

If authoring MathML more directly is the real issue, then allowing MathJax's non-standard \mmlToken macro could help. But that sounds like a separate issue.

Pkra closed this task as Invalid.Dec 6 2018, 10:03 PM