[OS X TeX] Computer Modern in a Mac program
doug at mathemaesthetics.com
Sun Oct 28 17:22:36 CET 2012
Pete Dyballa wrote -
>> It's gotta be something simple, right?
>Yes: CMU! Computer Modern in Unicode encoding and in OpenType format:
>You can create in Font Book a Library and populate it with the font files
>from the given directory.
I had all these installed, visible to FontBook, but none of my attempts
to use them from within my code worked. So I uninstalled them to do some
clean experiments. And I must not quite have my head wrapped around "in
Unicode encoding" yet. That means the sigma glyph is accessed using
something other than a character code of "58, that's for sure. I'm
working at a pretty low level here.
Michael Welsh replied -
>Look at the "TeX Gyre" fonts, which IIRC, were installed with MacTeX.
>There is also Latin Modern -
I will experiment with the Latin Modern fonts after installing them. But
once installed, it's still unclear to me how I refer to that Latin Modern
font corresponding to what TeX uses for the summation glyph. Do these
fonts have a different character-code-to-glyph-mapping from what TeX
uses? If not different, that's one thing less to warry about.
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