[pstricks] fonts and uput
ristow at ece.gatech.edu
Tue Jun 20 00:44:48 CEST 2006
The \uput command should use the document fonts. When I run your
example, I get the same result regardless of whether I put $font$ in
\uput or in the running text, so \uput appears to be working correctly.
Furthermore, when I put $font$ in the running text I can comment out all
pstricks commands and packages and get exactly the same results, so I
think everything is working exactly as it should.
I don't regularly use lmodern, but when I look at lmodern.sty I don't
see any math font setup commands. That said, the readme for the lmodern
package at http://www.tug.org/tex-archive/fonts/lm/ *does* mention math
fonts, so you might check the docs to see if they require any special setup.
Richard Hensh wrote:
> How do I get the uput command to use a particular font?
> In the following minimal example, I would like the word ``font'' to be
> typeset using the default fonts from the document. Instead, the font chosen
> seems to be CMMI10?
> FWIW, I'm using the latest updated and patched version of MiKTeX on a
> Windows 2003 machine.
> Is this a PSTricks restriction?
> %%Use the type-1 Latin Modern fonts.
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