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New Computer Modern Roman

New Computer Modern Roman is a first release of a new assembly of ComputerModern fonts plus glyphs for non latin alphabets which are considered compatible in style to CM fonts. The fonts contain Latin and accented latin letters and combinations, Greek (monotonic and polytonic) and Cyrillic. To get information of other versions of this font look into the page about the various versions of the Computer Modern fonts.

Text example

New Computer Modern Roman example


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Usage

\usepackage{fontspec}
\usepackage{unicode-math}

\setmainfont[%
ItalicFont=NewCM10-Italic.otf,%
BoldFont=NewCM10-Bold.otf,%
BoldItalicFont=NewCM10-BoldItalic.otf,%
SmallCapsFeatures={Numbers=OldStyle}]{NewCM10-Regular.otf}

\setsansfont[%
ItalicFont=NewCMSans10-Oblique.otf,%
BoldFont=NewCMSans10-Bold.otf,%
BoldItalicFont=NewCMSans10-BoldOblique.otf,%
SmallCapsFeatures={Numbers=OldStyle}]{NewCMSans10-Regular.otf}

\setmonofont[ItalicFont=NewCMMono10-Italic.otf,%
BoldFont=NewCMMono10-Bold.otf,%
BoldItalicFont=NewCMMono10-BoldOblique.otf,%
SmallCapsFeatures={Numbers=OldStyle}]{NewCMMono10-Regular.otf}

\setmathfont{NewCMMath-Regular.otf}

Style examples

\normalfont

New Computer Modern Roman example

\itshape

New Computer Modern Roman example

\bfseries

New Computer Modern Roman example

\bfseries\itshape

New Computer Modern Roman example

New Computer Modern Roman number example

Oldstyle numbers

New Computer Modern Roman oldstyle number example

Ligatures, German double s, and other special characters

New Computer Modern Roman ligature example

Math example

New Computer Modern Roman math example

Font implementation

New Computer Modern Roman exists as OpenType or TrueType only.

Part of TeX Live?

New Computer Modern Roman is part of TeX Live.

Location at

fonts/newcomputermodern

Last update of this page

2021-01-22