[XeTeX] XITS Math font - first beata

wodzicki at math.berkeley.edu wodzicki at math.berkeley.edu
Sun Jun 6 01:02:15 CEST 2010

> On Sat, Jun 05, 2010 at 02:52:13PM -0700, wodzicki at math.berkeley.edu
> wrote:
>> > I'm actually planning to include the rest of STIX styles in some later
>> > release, STIX surpasses Termes in its Greek and Cyrillic coverage.
>> >
>> > If there is a real demand, I can do it earlier, but the only
>> improvement
>> > I see over regular STIX will be fractions and oldstyle figures.
>> I think it's worth doing it, considering how little work it would
>> involve.
>> Then XITS would become a complete font.
>> In my original post in this thread I suggested that Will just
>> temporarily
>> add to 'fontspec' an option that
>> \setmainfont{XITS Math}
>> means: load XITS Math for upright Roman, and STIXGeneral for everything
>> else.
> You can already do that, check the manual for selecting arbitrary italic
> and bold fonts.
> --
>  Khaled Hosny

I know *that*. But it's cumbersome. It defeats one of the advantages of
using 'fontspec'; one would like to use just one versatile
\setmainfont[...]{...} and not to separately declare fonts for each shape

Mariusz Wodzicki

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