# [OS X TeX] More Minion Pro questions

Wed Apr 25 06:38:08 CEST 2012

Hmmm, now that I've been looking at this more closely, I'm not sure if this is working correctly. At \huge size both textbf and semib may be giving the exact same results, or so close that it's almost imperceptible. (Sometimes I think I see differences at smaller sizes and sometimes I don't.) Then to confuse things, when I invoke the onlymath option in MinionPro, \normalfont at the \huge size looks very skinny. When I apply \semib nothing changes. But then when I apply \textbf, the letters go from very skinny to very fat. Why the difference? I'm very confused, it's late, and my brain is starting to fail.

Richard

On Apr 24, 2012, at 10:34 PM, Michael Sharpe wrote:

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> On Apr 24, 2012, at 7:47 PM, Richard Seguin wrote:
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>> Oops, I forgot to say that \def\semib#1{{\series{sb}\selectfont #1}} was not correct, and I had to change it to \def\semib#1{{\fontseries{sb}\selectfont #1}}.
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> Sigh---my error rate seems to be increasing. Sorry.
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> Michael
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