[XeTeX] Setting greek letters in cmtt with XeTeX on OS X

Andrew Moschou andmos at gmail.com
Tue Oct 19 15:19:06 CEST 2010

Please don't use the TeX Gyre fonts for Greek - their Greek glyphs are
hideous. I recommend Consolas as a general purpose monospace font.

On 19 October 2010 01:52, Arthur Reutenauer <
arthur.reutenauer at normalesup.org> wrote:

> > Instead of the real (old) Computer Modern fonts it's also possible to
> > use Latin Modern, its successor.
>   Which, as the name indicates, is focused on the Latin alphabet.
> Hence, not a great choice for Greek letters.
> >                                  Another option is to use the TeX Gyre
> > fonts (Curso is Courier), which at least support a lot of Greek.
>   The TeX Gyre fonts do contain Greek characters (but not Cyrillic,
> alas).  The name of the Courier equivalent is Cursor, by the way.
>        Arthur
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