Thanks. I don't know either. With all the different configurations, interdependencies, and failures to adhere to standards, I'm generally surprised anything runs at all. It did show fine at first (5-10 seconds), then converted into pseudo-Greek.Strange. Now I'll try it on my Firefox.
ETA: Tried it on Firefox and no greek for me.
More often than you might expect - if they are available. LaTex is nice for complex formula but when we just want "something ^exponent" or a coefficient with an identifying subscript they are quick and increase the clarity of the post considerably.How often would these be used?
Fairly often. We use units and variables like ft^2, ft/sec^2, C-sub-l, C-sub-m, etc.How often would these be used?
If latex could be used inline with regular text then there would be no need for superscripts or subscripts. Also see this thread for more on latex and links to symbols and such.That airfoil's $$C_m/\alpha$$ curve doesn't meet my needs.