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I want to get the font in mathmode like Gigi in Microsoft windows as follow:

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In LaTeX math fonts, I find out that I use \mathscr{S} (mathrsfs package) like the code is


\[\mathscr{S} = \sum_i^n a_i\] 

get the fonts:

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It is not very good, My question is that how to get it better by a new command or package, something else and so on?

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The font that comes closest to your example, and has TeX support is probably Adobe Bickham Script Pro, but it is a commercial font, and quite expensive. To look for other alternatives you may consult the documentation of the mathalfa package.

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Thx, I read it. – TeX.pig Jan 17 '13 at 0:37

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