I cannot run this [better-react-mathjax](https://www.npmjs.com/package/better-react-mathjax) lib from qwik, but works from simple jsx

My non-worked code as below:

  1. mathJax.tsx
import { qwikify$ } from "@builder.io/qwik-react";
import { Button } from "@mui/material";
import React from "react";
import { MathJaxContext, MathJax } from "better-react-mathjax";
//import pkg from 'better-react-mathjax';
//const {MathJaxContext, MathJax} = pkg;

export const MUIButton = qwikify$(Button);   // MUI lib. is working

export const QwikMathJaxContext = qwikify$(MathJaxContext);
export const QwikMathJax = qwikify$(MathJax);
  1. YourReactjs.jsx
import { MUIButton } from "~/integrations/react/mathJax";
import { QwikMathJaxContext, QwikMathJax } from "~/integrations/react/mathJax";

function YourReactjs() {

  const title = "title1.5";
  const config = {
    loader: { load: ["input/asciimath"] }

  return (
        {/* This is a comment */}
        <p>This is a testing jsx component</p>
        <MUIButton variant="text">Abc</MUIButton>
              <h2>Basic MathJax example with Latex</h2>
              <QwikMathJax>{"\\(\\frac{10}{4x} \\approx 2^{12}\\)"}</QwikMathJax>

        <QwikMathJaxContext config={config}>
          <h2>Basic MathJax example with Latex</h2>
          <QwikMathJax>{"`frac(20)(4x) approx 2^(12)`"}</QwikMathJax>
export default YourReactjs

frac(20)(4x) approx 2^(12)” – It cannot show Math symbol.

My working simple jsx code as below:

import { MathJaxContext, MathJax } from "better-react-mathjax";
function Test({ data, setPage}) {   // Refer to for _Section.jsx -> <Component /> what para. available
  return (
            <h2>Basic MathJax example with Latex</h2>
            <MathJax>{"\\(\\frac{10}{4x} \\approx 2^{12}\\)"}</MathJax>
export default Test

See anyone have some hints to for import a npm lib. in qwik.

Hey @chungyan5
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