Configuring mobile options

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Configuring mobile options

If you install MathJax on a server in a domain that is different from the one containing the page that will load MathJax, then there are issues involved in doing so that you need to take into consideration.

See the Notes About Shared Servers for more details. When you load MathJax, it is common to request a specific configuration file as discussed in the section on Using a Configuration File below, and in more detail in the Common Configurations section.

See the section below on Using In-line Configuration Options for details. If you do this, load it as early as possible, as MathJax will begin to load its components as soon as it is included in the page, and that will help speed up the processing of the mathematics on your page.

It is also possible to load MathJax dynamically after the page has been prepared, for example, via a GreaseMonkey script, or using a specially prepared bookmarklet. This is an advanced topic, however; see Loading MathJax Dynamically for more details.

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That means that you should get access to a server geographically near you, for a fast, reliable connection. For example, cdnjs hosts all tagged versions since v1. For example, cdnjs uses a URL that includes the version tag so you can load the current version via https: When you use a specific version number, you will always get that version regardless of whether newer versions of MathJax are available.

That means you will need to manually update your web pages to refer to the newer version when one is available. For most of the others, if you would like to always use the latest version of MathJax, you can use https: That means you will not have to update your pages as new versions are released, but it also means that if there are any changes that are not backward compatible, something on your page may no longer work as it used to.

Note If you wish to use the development version of MathJax, you will need to install your own copy; see Installing and Testing MathJax for information on how to do that.

Alternatively, you can load the develop branch via rawgit. Note If you wish to use a CDN but use your own configuration file rather than one of the pre-defined ones, see the information at the end of the Using a Local Configuration File section below.

These can be used independently, or in combination. For example, you can load a main pre-defined configuration file, but include in-line commands to adjust the configuration to your needs. Note that you must use at least one of these two forms of configuration.

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If you have been using version 1. The contents of these files are explained in more detail in the Common Configurations section. The combined configuration files load the majority of the needed files all as one large file, reducing the number of network requests that are needed. That means you will probably be getting the components that MathJax needs faster than you would without the combined file, but you may be loading components that are never actually used; that is the trade off.

Each of the combined configuration files comes in two flavors: Of course, if your server is configured to compress the files it sends, the difference between the two is considerably reduced. Note, however, that older mobile devices sometimes have limits on the size of files that they cache, so they may be forced to download the configuration on every page.

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You need to keep these issues in mind as you decide on which configuration to use. You can include more than one configuration file by separating them with commas.

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For example, suppose you have a configuration file called local. In the example above, it would be MathJax.

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Because MathJax starts its configuration process as soon as it is loaded, the configuration script must come before the script tag that loads MathJax.

Generally, this script will include a MathJax. Config call to perform MathJax configuration, but it can also include other MathJax commands, such as registering signal actions, or any JavaScript commands that you want. You can have as many such script tags as you need, and MathJax will process them in the order in which they appear in the document.

This configuration does not load any pre-defined configuration file. For example, the tex2jax preprocessor does not enable the TeX single-dollar in-line math delimiters by default.

You can load one of the pre-defined configuration files that includes the TeX preprocessor, and use an in-line configuration block to enable the single-dollar signs, as in this example: MathJax will then use that object for its initial configuration.

For instance the previous example becomes: You just need to put that code in an AuthorInit function: There are situations, however, when you might want to put off configuring MathJax until later in the page.

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You need to keep these issues in mind as you decide on which configuration to use. See the configuration options section  · Each of the digital channels supported by Genesys Mobile Engagement has its own medium-specific configuration section, which provides application-wide options for all of the configurable services offered for that /Deployment/ConfiguringDigitalChannels.

Configuring mobile options

Click and select Mobile SDK. In the dialog that opens, select the installation directory of your Java mobile toolkit (WTK or DoJa) and click OK. If necessary, configure your custom profile and specify the preverify options on the SDK page (in the right-hand part of the dialog)  · Configuring Alfresco Mobile.

From Alfresco Mobile for Android onwards, the mobile app has included the option to set up a configuration file where you can modify and customize objects such as views, actions, themes, URLs, and more. Tip: Configuration options aren't available for Alfresco in the Cloud

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