[OS X TeX] Re: Lucida and Beamer
Josep M. Font
jmfont at inicia.es
Wed Jul 5 04:01:51 EDT 2006
El 04/07/2006, a las 18:30, Bruno Voisin escribió:
> Le 30 juin 06 à 20:52, Leslie W Morland a écrit :
>> I tried the lucida fonts with beamerclass 'slides" made
>> for a research talk, essentially a selection of equations and text
>> taken from a full paper which outputs perfectly. I discovered that
>> bars, hats and tildes over symbols now produce a large blotch. Is
>> this a beamer feature,
>> so cm must be used, or another glitch which can be remedied. I do
>> not understand why class beamer should differ for symbols from
>> class article, but though it might be something you are aware of,
>> or which intrigues you. Clearly not a problem which matters to my
> Hi Leslie,
> A possibility may be simply that the order in which amssymb.sty and
> lucidabr.sty are loaded matters.
I think the problem may be here. The "lucidabr" package is a complete
solution for both text and math fonts and symbols. Hence when using
it, as far as I know, neither "amsfonts" nor "amssymb" should be loaded.
And to avoid a different confusion: One should still load "amsmath"
if the niceties of math typesetting are wanted. And better before
"lucidabr", then this one will redefine a few of its commands.
Hope this helps,
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