[XeTeX] Isomath, Mathspec and Siunitx
Ulrike Fischer
news3 at nililand.de
Tue Jul 5 12:13:18 CEST 2011
Am Tue, 05 Jul 2011 12:00:17 +0200 schrieb
le.farfadet.spatial at free.fr:
> I have tried it and I have then actually obtained Linux Libertine bold italic
> font in mathematical environment. But, I have then lost Greek symbols. If I am
> using "\setmathsfont(Digits,Latin,Greek)[Numbers={Lining, Proportional}]{Linux
> Libertine O}", then I obtain an error message:
>
> ! LaTeX Error: Command `\Gamma' already defined.
>
> Obviously, this is about redefining "\Gamma" macro. Of course "\setmathfont"
> needs to redefine it, the question is which other package does too? Isomath, I
> guess.
>
> Anyway, I would rather being able to use unicode-math.
Why don't you do it?
But as the docu of isomath says:
"unicode-math cannot be used together with isomath. It can, however,
replace all of isomath’s functionality. See the discussion of the
unicode-math package below."
So if you want to try unicode-math remove isomath (and other
packages that changes math setup).
Setting up the math fonts are not easy as a lot of symbols and fonts
are involved. The differences between the engines (8-bit like
pdflatex <-> xelatex, lualatex) are here also more pronounced.
Mixing 8-bit-math packages with unicode math packages can get quite
complicated.
--
Ulrike Fischer
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