[OS X TeX] Alternate characters in CM or LM?

Franck Pastor franck.pastor at skynet.be
Fri Mar 21 12:07:13 EDT 2008

Le 21-mars-08 à 16:52, Nathan Paxton a écrit :

> On 20 Mar 2008, at 5:15 AM, Axel E. Retif wrote:
>> On Mar 19, 2008, at 09:04, Nathan Paxton wrote:
>>> Since the PS 35 aren't working so well with 10.5.2 (at least,  
>>> that's how I understand it)
>> I'm not sure it's only the ``35 PS fonts'', but as I'm not using  
>> Leopard, I really don't know.
>>> I need to use something besides the mathpazo package. I can live  
>>> with CM or LM, but I'd like to know how to access some of the  
>>> alternative characters in those. Specifically, I like the look of  
>>> small caps and old-style figures, as in mathpazo.
>> I don't think mathpazo uses true small caps; CM and LM do, as  
>> pxfonts (Palatino-based as mathpazo).
>>> How do I get those in (I assume) LM?
>> Just as with mathpazo: \textsc{...} or {\scshape ...} for small  
>> capitals, and \oldstylenums{...} for old style figures.
> 	Is there a way to invoke these for the whole document? In  
> mathpazo, e.g., one can set the package options [sc,osf] for small  
> caps and old style figures. How do I tell Latex to do something  
> similar with other fonts, like pxfonts, etc.?

For smallcaps:


For old style figures (only in text mode) : \usepackage{eco}

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