On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 5:42 AM, Alex Brollo <alex.brollo(a)gmail.com> wrote:
1. As I see, .png images from <math> tag have a
white background. This is
disturbing if such images are posted into a coloured background page. Should
it be possible to replace the white background with a transparent
This is fixed in trunk with $wgTexvcBackgroundColor. It now defaults
to 'transparent', i.e., binary transparency. It will still look a
little blurry. If you don't care about IE6 users, you can make it
'Transparent' instead to use alpha transparency.
2. I know that <math> tag manages css style, so
that it's easy to
redim/align the resulring .png image (a very useful trick for inline, simple
formulas). Nevertheless, the default font is ruined by a redim, since its
light graphic with subtle tracts. Is there a trick so solve this issue?
I don't understand what you're asking.