[OS X TeX] Fourier and amsart
Richard Seguin
riseguin at earthlink.net
Tue Jun 29 04:49:20 CEST 2004
Bruno,
I added \usepackage{bm}, and now when \usepackage{fourier} is invoked,
both $\bm{\beta)$ and $\bm(T)$ are typeset as bold italic.
Interestingly, \usepackage{bm} also seems to modify the behavior of
\boldsymbol so that now both $\boldsymbol{\beta)$ and $\boldsymbol(T)$
also are typeset as bold italic. Without the bm package, these last two
were rendered as non-bold italic.
You've solved my problem! Thanks!
Richard Séguin
On Jun 28, 2004, at 2:13 AM, Bruno Voisin wrote:
> Le 28 juin 04, à 04:38, Richard Seguin a écrit :
>
>> However, using Fourier, $\mathbf{T}$ is bold, but is upright, and
>> $\boldsymbol{T}$ is not bold, but is italic.
>
> This is normal behaviour. \mathbf allows to use the text bold font in
> maths, in other words it produces in maths the same output as does
> \textbf in text; hence the upright result.
>
> \boldsymbol, from the amsbsy package (deprecated in favour of bm), and
> \bm, from the bm package, do something different: they select bold
> maths fonts, provided these fonts are available. In other words they
> take the (italic) math symbol you are asking for, look for a bold
> version of it, and, if it's available, pick it up; if it's not, they
> apparently revert to the non-bold version. Both \boldsymbol and \bm
> aim at providing more practical and extensive variants of LaTeX's
> original \boldmath.
>
> Bruno Voisin
>
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