[OS X TeX] Computer Modern Font Catalog Installation
Arcadio Rubio García
arcadiorubiogarcia at gmail.com
Tue Jun 10 12:47:39 EDT 2008
> Le 10-juin-08 à 17:45, Arcadio Rubio García a écrit :
>> Hi everyone,
>> I'm trying to find a LaTeX font that provides good math support and
>> install it as native in OS X. The reason is that I'd like to use it
>> in native programs such as OmniGraffle to produce figures for my
>> LaTeX documents.
>> So far, Computer Modern seems to be the best choice provided that I
>> don't purchase any commercial fonts. Isn't it?
>> CTAN has Computer Modern in TTF format, recognized by the Font
>> Catalog of OS X. However, when I install them, they aren't grouped
>> under the Computer Modern item. Instead, each of them appears as a
>> separate typeface. Does anyone know how to fix this?
>> Thanks in advance.
>> - Arcadio
> I think it would be better to use the Latin Modern fonts, that exist
> in OpenType format. They have exactly the same shapes as the
> Computer Modern fonts, but have also much more glyphs, in particular
> almost all the accented and diacritical characters used by any Latin-
> alphabet-based European language.
> If you have MacTeX installed on your computer, you can retrieve the
> Latin Modern Opentype fonts at /usr/local/texlive/2007/texmf-
> distfonts/opentype/public/lm and install then in your local Library/
> fonts directory (for example).
> Franck Pastor
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Thanks. Your reply and the previous one from Herbert Schulz have been
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