[OS X TeX] Matching math font to text
jonathan_kew at sil.org
Mon Jul 9 11:41:02 EDT 2007
On 9 Jul 2007, at 4:23 pm, Luis Sequeira wrote:
> I am writing a document in XeLaTeX, for which the text has to be
> typeset using the Verdana font at 10pt size (this is a requirement
> that I have to meet).
> The document contains a few mathematical formulas. The math (which
> appears in Computer Modern) seems too small compared to the text.
> I am seeking your advice as to how best remedy this. I am open to
> using a different math font, as long as I can find how to do it and
> the font is freely available.
> I can also live with a solution that makes the math appear in a
> nominally larger font (say, come up with an easy way to make all
> math be at 11pt, which is closer to the size of text).
How about using the [11pt] option to the document class, and then
[Scale=0.911111] when you load Verdana with fontspec? That should
give you 10pt text.
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