[XeTeX] Special fonts in math environment?
Will Robertson
wspr81 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 17 07:35:18 CEST 2009
On 2009-09-17 00:31:50 +0930, Dervin Thunk
<dervin.thunk at gmail.com> said:
> and although {\gothic \U+10330}, $\frac{{\gothic \U+10330}{234}}$ does
> not. Is this a technical limitation or am I doing something wrong?
Does that gothic symbol actually make sense in mathematics? If it's
just a text string, you can write $\frac{\mbox{\gothic
^^^^^10330}}{234}$ instead. (Or load amsmath/amstext and use \text
instead of \mbox.)
Will
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