The Latex path not specified WordPress bug

If you have observed, some equations that use Latex contain the error “latex path specified error.” This is WordPress but itself and I can’t really do anything about it for now. This is not only happening in my blog but in other people’s blogs as well.

latex path not specified

I think it has something to do with the Beautiful Math of the Jetpack Plugin of WordPress. For now, we’ll just have to wait it out until WordPress fixes this error.

If you are a math blogger and experiencing the same thing, there are some discussions in the links below.

https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/latex-path-not-specified-errors

A common remedy can be done using another plugin, but if you have a lot of posts, I don’t think this is a good idea.

https://wordpress.org/support/topic/latex-path-not-specified-errors

For now, I will be writing about things that require minimal use of latex.

Off topic: Well done, Manny Pacquiao

Congratulations Manny Pacquiao for a job well done. You have done your best. You have fought hard and well. You have also shown how great you are as a person by accepting the loss wholeheartedly.

In all fairness, Timothy Bradley deserves credit for his win. He stayed until the last round despite his injury and gave Manny a hard time.

Both of them are great fighters.

Off Topic: Enjoying Baguio City

You are probably wondering why my blogs were silent these past four days. Well, I am currently in Baguio City (for the nth time), the summer capital of the Philippines, attending a seminar — this time, I’m a participant.  Before I went here, I promised myself that this would be a “No Computer Radiation Week,” but you probably realized that I broke that promise.  Since I am on vacation though, I will not be talking about mathematics; I’ll just promote Baguio City a little bit especially for my non-Filipino readers.  When you go to the Philippines, do not forget to visit this wonderful place.

Panagbenga Festival

Baguio City is located about 250 north of Manila. It is about 4900 feet above sea level, so its temperature is relatively lower (15 to 26 degrees Celsius, but can drop down to 6 degrees) compared to the temperature in Manila and most parts of the Philippines.  Baguio is well-known for its flower festival. Every February, it celebrates the month-long Panagbenga Festival where floats decorated with flowers parade all over the city. The festival also includes street dancing where the dancers wear flower-inspired costumes.

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