[OS X TeX] Fonts for text and mathematics

Iraj Kalantari I-Kalantari at wiu.edu
Wed Nov 27 18:02:41 CET 2013



Is it possible to post minimal examples of the source files?


On Nov 27, 2013, at 4:37 AM, Geoff Vallis wrote:

> There are often questions, on this forum and elsewhere, regarding what fonts in text and mathematics are available and what they look like. The question is particularly germane as the variety has much improved with the onset of xetex/luatex and fontspec/unicode-math.
> For what it's worth, I have posted several versions of a real-world document on the following web site.
>    http://www.princeton.edu/~gkv/aofd/fonts 
> There you will find the same 100-plus page document typeset with Lucida, Minion-Math, MathTime, Cambria, Tex-Gyre and various other fonts. Needless to say, all the examples were created on a Mac! 
> Best to all,
> Geoff
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