I was wondering if it was possible to universally suppress numberings of equations in Franklin, by chance? In particular, it would be awesome if there was a way to have the behavior of KaTeX and/or Franklin mimic the usual LaTeX behavior when using `\[`

and `\]`

, which, by default, is unnumbered. (While `\begin{equation} ... \end{equation}`

should give the equation a number.)

From this post, I know that we can wrap things in `\nonumber`

and/or use `\begin{equation*}`

and its corresponding `\end{equation*}`

, but I have a number of markdown posts that are already written and Iām mostly porting over! While writing a script to convert everything to use `\begin{equation*}`

and `\end{equation*}`

would be a fun little exercise, it also breaks the standard TeX flow

Thank you all in advance for the help!