[OS X TeX] Font in TeXShop

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Thu Feb 23 15:56:45 CET 2006

Le 23 févr. 06 à 15:21, Arthur Snoke a écrit :

> Thanks for the quick response and advice.  Three follow-up questions:
> 1. I would appreciate your giving me a replacement for my  
> \newcommand so I
> can see exactly where the changes you are talking about would go in.

Herb Schulz was suggesting using specific packages (called in the  
preamble of your document via \usepackage) like sectsty or titlesec,  
rather than doing any redefinition through \newcommand. See:


In case you have TeXShop installed, just double-click these DVI  
files: TeXShop will convert them transparently to PDF format then  
display them.

> 2. What do you mean when you say "\bf is long deprecated"?

\bf is a command from LaTeX 2.09. It has been deprecated and replaced  
in LaTeX 2e, publicly released in 1994, by \bfseries.

For more information on LaTeX, other than the various commercially  
available books on it, see the Online LaTeX Documentation section of  
<http://www.tug.org/begin.html>. A popular document among newcomers  
to LaTeX (such as the Master or PhD students at my institute) is, in  
particular, <http://www.tug.org/tex-archive/info/lshort/english/ 

> 3. The level of my question regarding "Times" was just which  
> command says
> use Times (to some extent, maybe) rather than cm?

All the Roman, or serif, text from your document will be set in  
Times. All sans-serif text will be set in Helvetica. All monospaced,  
or typewriter-like, text will be set in Courier.

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