I am happy with the great majority of what
unicode-math does. But at times I find that I prefer a symbol the way it was before. With
\complement, for example. In those cases I was able to save them under a different name before loading
unicode-math, but this doesn't always work.
Right now I'm trying to access the
\mathcal alphabet from plain LaTeX. How might I accomplish this?
I've been looking through
unicode-math, trying to figure out where exactly the original
\mathcal alphabet gets discarded, but I eventually gave up.
It would be interesting if someone could explain:
- how/where the original
\mathcalfont is defined anyway, and
- what kind of 'switch' is thrown by
unicode-maththat makes it unavailable.