Disable throwOnError in KaTeX to reveal user where is the problem
From KaTeX documentation: > throwOnError: boolean. If true, KaTeX will throw a ParseError when > it encounters an unsupported command. If false, KaTeX will render > the unsupported command as text in the color given by errorColor. > (default: true) It's better to render the formula and highlight unsupported commands than just give up and render whole formula as a code; users are confused and don't know what's wrong.
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