[OS X TeX] 2nd Round of Newbie Questions
David Watson
dewatson at mac.com
Thu May 22 18:10:07 CEST 2008
If you are interested in a commercial set of fonts that work well
together with Times, you might want to look at the MathTime Pro fonts
at pctex.com.
I believe the symbol you are looking for is included in the set,
specifically in the Math Extension set. They have a PDF flyer with
examples of the fonts so you can evaluate whether or not it something
you are interested in.
Note that the MathTime Pro fonts are not free, but there is an
educational discount. I have no connection to their company, but I
have purchased their fonts and personally find value in them.
David
On May 22, 2008, at 10:10 AM, Jens Noeckel wrote:
> Oh, I see you asked for a more specialized symbol - thanks Bruno for
> answering that. There are other applications with more complete
> symbol palettes - but the document Bruno linked to is the ultimate
> reference.
>
> Jens
>
> On May 22, 2008, at 7:58 AM, Bruno Voisin wrote:
>
>> Le 22 mai 08 à 16:23, Scott, Randy a écrit :
>>
>>> 1. I can't seem to find a line integral with the little arrowhead
>>> on the circle on the integral sign. This is certainly not critical
>>> (I don't think I've ever used it myself), but I wanted to show my
>>> students all the various notations. Is there such a symbol
>>> available? (OK, I know that last is a silly question--of course
>>> it's available somewhere!)
>>
>> According to
>>
>> file:///usr/local/texlive/2007/texmf-doc/doc/english/comprehensive/symbols-a4.pdf
>>
>> the txfonts/pxfonts and esint packages provide special integrals
>>
>> \ointclockwise
>> \ointctrclockwise
>> \varointclockwise
>> \varointctrclockwise
>>
>> Those from esint are designed to blend with Computer Modern
>> (LaTeX's default font), txfonts with Times and pxfonts with Palatino.
>>
>> Bruno Voisin
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