I've started exploring XeTeX and the
unicode-math package in order to use unicode in my input.
Of the six math fonts described in unimath-symbols.pdf, Latin Modern Math seems to be closest to what pdflatex produces. However, I've already noticed a number of differences I don't like, such as
\varnothing (which is the same as
\complement and the
I know about the
range option of the
\setmathfont command. Right now I use:
But I'd rather use a single command, option or package that takes all symbols as close as possible to the `pdflatex versions'. I can then explore the different fonts at my leisure, with the certainty that there are no big surprises in my existing documents.
Is there a way to do this?