I’m often using inline mathjax, and there are cases where it is immediately followed by text. Here is one example:
Sometimes, Anki will put a line break between the mathjax and the following text. The example above could be rendered with the
i on one line, and the
th on the next line. How can I prevent line breaks to be inserted specifically right after
\) if it is followed by a non-whitespace character?
One possibility that I found is to replace it with
but I don’t use this solution because it’s ugly. It changes the font of the
th compared to regular text. I am looking for alternative solutions that do not have this drawback.
One acceptable solution would be a way to change the text font used by mathjax to match the text font of regular text. Is this achievable? I looked a bit but didn’t find how to do it.
Another thing I tried is to insert a unicode word joiner character,
⁠, but Anki removes it.