[XeTeX] fontspec's \setmathrm seems to have no effect
dgreenhoe at gmail.com
Sun Sep 4 22:54:58 CEST 2011
Thank you very much for your suggestion. I did see the mathspec
package referenced in the unicode-math documentation. I will take a
look at the mathspec documentation as well.
> mathspec less likely to conflict with other packages that also deal with this area...
Since I have started using fontspec, I am trying to remove as many
extraneous text and math related font packages as I can get away with.
So for me personally, I would be looking for a rather complete math
font solution which I might guess to be unicode-math.
Basically when pdffonts gives me a list of all the fonts in one of my
documents, I would like to see them all be OpenType unicode fonts and
especially none of them be type-3 postscript fonts. My understanding
is that type-3 fonts do not support hinting --- but I am no expert in
On Sun, Sep 4, 2011 at 11:55 PM, Will Robertson <wspr81 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Note that if you're just looking to change the font used for the italic
> alphabetic characters, the mathspec package might be preferable for some.
> unicode-math is rather extreme in the changes it makes to maths fonts and
> mathspec less likely to conflict with other packages that also deal with
> this area...
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