I'm wondering if its possible to increase the inline latex font rendering density. The default is very ugly, and hard to read.

For example, I'd like charginos $\tilde{\chi{}}^{0}_{2}$ and $\tilde{q}$ to look nice. Consistency across a page would be nice to, so I'd like to use the plugin for all particles. However, it actually can be hard to read when there are a lot of these on the page.




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-- CalebLampen - 29-May-2010


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Ah, I apologize. The problem was actually in my browser settings, which were blowing up the latex images and making them look pixelated. They look nice now.

I'll leave this here in case someone else makes the same mistake...

-- CalebLampen - 30-May-2010

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-- PeterJones - 04 Nov 2007

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