[OS X TeX] math typography

Scott Murman smurman at segosha.net
Sun Jul 22 00:01:42 CEST 2007

> You're mistaken here, Lucida Bright is not Lucida Grande, it is a  
> serif font. But given you seem to like the weight of Computer  
> Modern, you will probably find Lucida too heavy for your taste.
> Beware too: it's not the Lucida Bright shipped with MS Office and  
> (possibly) Mac OS X which you would want to use, but the version  
> accompanied by Lucida NewMath for maths which is available from  
> either TUG

thanks for the clarification, and the example.  actually, you give me  
too much credit.  i was thinking of Computer Modern Bright  
(cmbright), which is sans.  the LBright example doesn't look too  
heavy for my taste, but i couldn't handle the symbols - especially  
pi .   it's great to see working options proliferate though.


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