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I suggest not using latex #425

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rainwoodman commented Oct 23, 2017

It is not always properly installed on the target system. For example jupyter-dev.nersc.gov has a crippled latex and causes the notebook to fail to run. Does the font look very bad without using Tex?

I suggest not using latex
It is not always properly installed on the target system. For example jupyter-dev.nersc.gov has a crippled latex and causes the notebook to fail to run. Does the font look very bad without using Tex?

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nickhand commented Oct 23, 2017

Good catch, I do think it looks better, but mostly it was there because that's the default on my own machine

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