[OS X TeX] change letters in math mode?
Ingo Reich
ingo.reich at uni-tuebingen.de
Thu Oct 21 10:19:10 CEST 2004
Hi,
I finally got my Trump Mediaeval fonts working and think about using
them together with my Lucida Bright fonts for math (a good alternative
seems to be the pxfonts). First loading lucida (as usual, or just
lucbmath.sty) and then the Trump Med. fonts however gives a bit strange
looking result, since the roman letters in math mode are not
substituted by the Trump Med. fonts. Somewhat modifying "lucbmath.sty"
I tried to change this, but the result was simply that not only the
(italic) roman letters changed, but also the greek letters (and maybe
some other symbols, I don't really know). Is there a way (and is it
reasonable) to only change the (italic) roman letters (brackets etc.),
but keep the greek ones and the other symbols (mathematical relations
etc.)?
And another problem: I'd also like to load a *scaled* version of the
sans serif font that comes with the lucida package (the 'hls'-family),
but independently from the lucida stylefiles. Any suggestions?
Thanks, Ingo
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