[OS X TeX] Font in TeXShop
Schremmer.Alain at gmail.com
Wed Feb 22 15:22:30 CET 2006
Peter Dyballa wrote:
> Am 22.02.2006 um 05:27 schrieb Alain Schremmer:
>> I i-installed TeXShop a year or so ago. I have now some 300 pages
>> written. But what is the font that they are written with? I don't
>> really care other than being able to match it with a Mac font that I
>> could use in the Intaglio-pdf graphics. Times New Roman isn't really
>> a bad match and I was just wondering if there might be a better one.
> The fonts used on these pages come from definitions inside TeX, or
> LaTeX. You can find out which are used by looking into the LOG files.
> The (La)TeX sources can give pointers when you check which packages
> are loaded. If you already have or can convert them to PDF you have
> Adobe's Acrobat or Reader products to look-up the fonts used.
From what I could understand of the Log, the following seems most relevant:
LaTeX Font Info: Redeclaring font encoding OML on input line 567.
LaTeX Font Info: Redeclaring font encoding OMS on input line 568.
On 22 Feb 2006, at 4:40 am, Bruno Voisin wrote:
With the psnfss package /Library/teTeX/share/texmf.tetex/doc/latex/
psnfss/psnfss2e.pdf, you are able to use the Times fonts (slightly
different from Times New Roman, but that won't really matter for
most people). Try putting in your list of packages:
On 22 Feb 2006, at 2:54 am, Jonathan Kew wrote:
This should change the typeface of your TeX-generated text to match
what you're using in your Intaglio graphics.
Not knowing what I am doing, I certainly don't want to do that.
If you want to do the opposite--keep the body text as it is, and
change the typeface in the Intaglio graphics to match it better--you
could try using Latin Modern in Intaglio. The LM fonts aren't
provided with OS X, but I believe i-Installer will provide them if
you ask it nicely... others here can give more precise instructions,
Again, I am too ignorant to ask nicely so I will just try changing Times
New Roman in the Intaglio files to Times and stay with the best match of
Well, thanks to everybody and, once again, I have been reminded that "le
mieux est l'ennemi du bien"—if /not/ in the accepted sense of the aphorism.
Very grateful regards to all.
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