[OS X TeX] Fourier and amsart
Michel Bovani
michel.bovani at wanadoo.fr
Tue Jun 29 12:11:55 EDT 2004
Le 29 juin 2004, à 4h49, Richard Seguin a écrit :
> Bruno,
>
> I added \usepackage{bm}, and now when \usepackage{fourier} is invoked,
> both $\bm{\beta)$ and $\bm(T)$ are typeset as bold italic.
> Interestingly, \usepackage{bm} also seems to modify the behavior of
> \boldsymbol so that now both $\boldsymbol{\beta)$ and $\boldsymbol(T)$
> also are typeset as bold italic. Without the bm package, these last
> two were rendered as non-bold italic.
Yes but it is a poorman-bold (several medium chars, with slight offset).
In fact there is a beta-version of a bold-math-fourier (only latin and
greek chars). Fonts were adapted from mines by Timur Mukhamedjanov
(manyt thanks to him) and this beta version can be installed and used
apart from standard fourier (but the installation requires standard
fourier for textfonts).
Note that Timur changed the design of some glyphs, (\partialdiff eg)
and I am not still sure to adopt the changes. Advices are welcome.
ftp.gutenberg.eu.org/pub/gut/distribs/fourier/timur/fourier-timur-texmf
It contain (I hope) all what is needed to install a beta version
(standard TDS tree)
to achive installation you have to
1 - install all the stuff in your texmf tree
2 - run mktexlsr
3 - open fourier-timur.map and copy-paste the four lines in your main
fourier.map file (or add Map fourier-timur.map in updmap.cfg)
4 - run updmap
Usage
replace \usepackage{fourier} by
\usepackage{fourier-beta-timur}\usepackage{bm}
You should be able to use \boldmath <some math> \unboldmath
or
\bm{<math-symbols>}
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