Add MathML support to Edge roadmap https://blogs.windows.com/msedgedev/2016/02/03/2016-platform-priorities/
Educational companies and open-source learning organisations currently relying on MathJax and MathPlayer to get around lack of support for the MathML standard. Especially digital education in parts of the world where we really need to keep excessive bandwidth use and scripting demands low due to common devices and poor network connections, having Edge support MathML natively would just be awesome.
Thank you for contacting us about this suggestion. We’ve had the same requests fo this feature in other of our applications as well. We are currently investigating this request, and we will let you know when this feature is made available.
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In doing further research, we found that this is not a feature that is planned at this time. You can view the Edge Road map at: https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/platform/status/mathml/.
Having said this, we do monitor the amounts of votes each issue gets on this forum. Thus, the more votes, the more the issue is prioritized.
Thank you for contacting us at the Microsoft Disability Answer Desk. If there is something that we can do for you in the future, please feel free to reach out.
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This is one of the larger reasons we must continue to have students using AT stick to Internet Explorer instead of using Pearson's products in Edge.