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## Re: [O] Latex equation numbering on left instead of right

 From: Lawrence Bottorff Subject: Re: [O] Latex equation numbering on left instead of right Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2016 07:06:16 -0400

Okay, an Emacs StackExchange person said I'd have to alter the actual HTML/CSS, that adding #+LaTeX_CLASS_OPTIONS: [oneside,reqno] would not help the HTML output -- and it doesn't. I did find the HTML section

<script type="text/x-mathjax-config">
MathJax.Hub.Config({
displayAlign: "left",
displayIndent: "5em",

"HTML-CSS": { scale: 100,
linebreaks: { automatic: "false" },
webFont: "Neo-Euler"
},
SVG: {scale: 100,
linebreaks: { automatic: "false" },
font: "Neo-Euler"},
NativeMML: {scale: 100},
TeX: { equationNumbers: {autoNumber: "AMS"},
MultLineWidth: "85%",
TagSide: "right",
TagIndent: ".8em"
}
});
</script>

where the TagSide "left" can be changed after output by hand to "right", and that solves the problem. So how would I tell org-mode to make this change? Is there any control over MathJax from Emacs variables or my org-mode file?

On Sun, Aug 14, 2016 at 7:25 PM, Lawrence Bottorff wrote:
I've got this

\begin{align}
n &= 0 \\
n &= m + 1
\end{align}

in an org-mode buffer. When I produce a Latex output, the numbering n = 0     (1) etc. is properly placed on the right. But an HTML output places the numbering on the left. What do I need to do to have both HTML and Latex output place the equation numbering off to the right? One Latex tip was to include \documentclass[12pt,oneside,reqno]{amsart} where t