[OS X TeX] Advice sought re Electra font
Peter Dyballa
Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Tue Oct 30 20:16:53 EDT 2007
Am 30.10.2007 um 23:34 schrieb David R. Derbes:
> What about the mathematical parts? Does that stay with the standard
> font?
To install Electra as a TeX text font is easy. To make it work in
math too will cost a lot more time. You might need to find
substitutes for symbols not in Electra ...
By default math is set in CM. Some packages like fourier, pxfonts,
txfonts change this default setting.
To check simply set some text containing formula in math and see
which fonts are contained in the output.
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Greetings
Pete
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and those who cannot.
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