# Strange integral symbol [closed]

I'm getting the following rendering of my \int command inside equation environment

This is in my opinion really ugly! I want the usual one back!

Do you have any idea about what happened to my latex environment?

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I swear I didn't do it. In other words, is there any possibility for us to know what happened on your computer? Probably you have used a package that changes the math fonts. Remove the packages one by one and you'll find it. –  percusse Nov 19 '12 at 20:41
It looks like you've loaded the MnSymbol package. Don't. –  egreg Nov 19 '12 at 20:41
Oh thanks guys! I exactly load the MnSymbol package, but I didn't find it, because I put it in a weird place in my document. The mystery is solved! Write down an answer and I'll accept it –  Abramodj Nov 19 '12 at 20:58

## closed as too localized by Frank Mittelbach, Kurt, percusse, lockstep, toheczNov 19 '12 at 21:44

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