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*To*: m.d.verweij@et.tudelft.nl*Subject*: Re: Helvetica math fonts*From*: s.rahtz@elsevier.co.uk (Sebastian Rahtz)*Date*: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 14:02:48 +0000*Cc*: tex-fonts@csc-sun.math.utah.edu*Flags*: 000000000000*In-Reply-To*: <000d01bd3c79$480e0670$5021a182@etverweijpc.et.tudelft.nl>*References*: <000d01bd3c79$480e0670$5021a182@etverweijpc.et.tudelft.nl>

> fonts, somebody has provided me with a style file 'helvetica+m' (see below) > by Alan Jeffrey. In this file there is a reference to the Helvetica math > font 'phvcm' > and a Symbol font 'psycm'. However, at my ctan-site (ftp.dante.de) I cannot > find these fonts. Since our work involves a lot af mathematics, it is > important for us to have good math fonts. Would you please indicate where I > may find the indicated fonts or what alternatives to these sans serif math > fonts exist ? these would not be real sans maths fonts (if such a beast exists). they would be virtual fonts which mix Helvetica letters and numbers, Symbol symbols, and CM bits and pieces into a possibly-plausible mush. you'd need Alan's fontinst scripts. have a look at Alan Hoenig's mathinst package. that could help. Personally, i'd use Lucida New Math on a poster sebastian

**References**:**Helvetica math fonts***From:*"Martin Verweij" <m.d.verweij@et.tudelft.nl>

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