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One alphabet in a different font

I wanted a sans serif font in Latex, where the capital I looks different than the small l. I came across droid font, which is nice but too wide and takes up too much space. Currently, I am using ...
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How to combine another sans-serif math font with helvet for text?

The existing question Typeset WHOLE document in sans-serif, Including Math Mode uses the sansmath package to use helvet glyphs also in math-mode. But being not designed for use in math mode, the ...
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Replace several letters in math font

I need to typeset a whole document sans serif with sourcesanspro, including formulas. I know that there are a lot of arguments against doing this, but in this particular case it makes sense. My ...
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Changing Number Font Into Sans Serif

I want to use Libertine Sans Serif numbers (only numbers) in math font. Can i get this result using a command like this: \DeclareSymbolFont{numbers}{T1}{libertine}{m}{n} ...
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How to make ellipsis work with sans serif font?

Problem/question It seems that the ellipsis package does not work with sans-serif fonts. Is it a known problem or maybe not a problem at all? This question follows this one, about "how to change the ...
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Typeset WHOLE document in sans-serif, Including Math Mode

The reigning answer for the Simplest way to typeset entire document in sans serif (Helvetica) completely disregards math-mode. This might be preferred when all math equations are set display style, ...
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Custom typeface for sans serif in math mode

How to set custom typeface for sans serif in math mode for pdfLaTeX? Background: I use \usepackage[bitstream-charter]{mathdesign} which does not provide sans serif font, CM-super is used instead for ...
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Issue with \bar accent and fontspec

Consider the following MWE: \documentclass[png,border=2pt]{standalone} \usepackage[no-math]{fontspec} \usepackage{sfmath} \begin{document} $\bar 1$ $\vec 1$ \end{document} This produces in ...
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Package “comicsans”: How to prevent setting of default fonts [duplicate]

I'm using the comicsans package and I noticed that it automatically changes a lot of default fonts to comics. I was wondering if there is some command to restore everything to the default fonts? ...
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Reference to subequation forces serif font; how to work around?

I'm using the subequations environment in a book in which some text is in sans serif font. When I have a reference to a subequation, the reference comes out in a serif font, even if the surrounding ...
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Different font for all headings

I am new to LaTeX and I am trying to use an Arial-like font for all the standard text but a different Sans-Serif font for all the headings. Can somebody please put me in the right direction or an ...
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1answer
774 views

Roman numerals in sans serif fonts

Inspired by a question, that unfortunately has been deleted by the OP after getting some hints from me in a comment. Lacking serifs the Roman numerals in sans serif fonts look sometimes a bit ...
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Fonts that look alike as text and as math

What fonts give similar look when used as text and within math environment? I'm particularly interested in sans serif fonts, but serif fonts are also very welcomed.
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How to set font to Serif in Beamer title only

I want to use a serif font for the title in the title slide only. I have tried: \documentclass[12pt]{beamer} \usefonttheme[stillsansserifsmall, stillsansseriftext]{serif} \title{\sc Great title} ...
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Set font weight of \textbf

I am using Source Sans Pro as my main sans serif font, like so: \usepackage[semibold]{sourcesanspro} Using the semibold option works as intended, but it affects all other fonts as well. When I later ...
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How to switch easily between normal font and sans-serif font for maths?

I would like to switch easily to sans-serif font, even for the mathematical symbols. Is it possible? So far is what I have tried : \documentclass{article} ...
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What is your favorite light sans-serif font? [closed]

I am looking for a light (or ultralight) sans-serif fonts for latex. I am only interested in standard ones, those which are installed by default by the TeXLive distribution. Please give one answer ...
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Using Open Sans font with LaTeX: Alphabetic chars right, numeric chars wrong

I've downloaded the Open Sans font from CTAN for use in MiKTeX on Windows (using pdfLaTeX). After the download, I just copied all the files into the MiKTeX root directory (= texmf). As described ...
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390 views

Which fonts in images when using URW Palladio, Palatino, etc

I am using the URW Palladio L font in my LaTeX document. For the section headings, as well as the main text. I have many images which include texts. This text is in the sizes between 8pt and 12pt, so ...
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Computer Modern Bright font and blackboard bold symbols

I am trying to match the sans serif math font provided by cmbright with proper blackboard bold symbols (also sans serif). I found that the fourier and stix (xits?) fonts provide such symbols. But how ...
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1answer
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Using two different Sans Serif fonts eliminates bold font

Say I want to have my document in the default sans serif font, but I occasionally wish to have some other features in the document be in a different font. I am using \usepackage{libertine} to load ...
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How do I make en/em dashes work in Myriad when using it with MinionPro

I'm using MinionPro for the body of a document and Myriad for figure/table captions. Because I can't load packages MinionPro and Myriad at the same time, I load the Myriad fonts for the sans-serif ...
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Gill Sans - possible to use on Linux with pdflatex?

There are numerous old posts whose topic relates to using the font Gill Sans in LaTeX documents. The most notable are perhaps this post from 2007 and this one from 2010. The former gives a solution ...
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DejaVu Sans Light with XeLaTeX?

In XeLaTeX, it is possible to directly embed Unicode fonts via \newfontfamily\name_to_use{font name}. So I can, for example, write: \newfontfamily\dej{DejaVu Sans}, and later write \dej{unicode ...
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WSUIPA package options?

Is there a package that contains the IPA fonts in SANS-Serif mode? WSUIPA is the most extensive package I see, but the fonts are serif. I would like a sans serif version, especially for the ...
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627 views

How do I make \text{} in math mode fit the math font?

I am having a problem with text in formulas. I am setting tables in sans-serif in order to improve the readability. The math font stays serif for formulas or symbols within the table, when I switch ...
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Should labels in tikz / pgfplots / etc. have serifs? [duplicate]

By default, diagrams in tikz and pgfplots inherit the style of the surrounding document, which is a good thing. However, I've read that serifs are good for large bodies of printed text (the main text ...
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343 views

kozuka gothic pro L

I would like to use this font for LateX MikTeX distribution. How do I go about it ? I have very limited experience with using different fonts or changing fonts. Is this font available ? if not, I ...
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otf sans serif math only in figures

I was going to use a serif font (TG Pagella) for most of the text (including captions) and a sans serif font (Candara) for my (tikz) figures. For text this works nice, but not for maths. First I used ...
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Combining sffamily and scshape

According to a relevant comment, one should be able to specify both weights and shapes for each family. Why can I (seemingly) not have small caps with \sffamily? Minimal example: ...
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1answer
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How to Recover my Bold SF Fonts

I was inspired by this link to try EulerVM with tgpagella packages: How do I set LaTeX to use AMS Euler for text and maths? But when this is used with \documentclass{scrbook}, it seems that my ...
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Use sans-serif in a verbatim environment?

What is the right way get fancyvrb’s verbatim environment (or any other variation) to use \textsf as the font? I can do it with: \begin{Verbatim}[commandchars=\\\{\}] \textsf{Here’s some textsf.} ...
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Making section headings bold and sans serif

I would like to make section headings bold and sans-serif (helvet package). I found a snippet that produces sans serif headings: \renewcommand\section{\@startsection{section}{1}{\z@}% ...
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Why does \usepackage[T2A]{fontenc} take over?

I want to produce a document with non-serif type. I also want to include Cyrillic characters. These two aims seem to be mutually exclusive. When I comment out \usepackage[T2A]{fontenc}, the document ...
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1answer
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Is there a bold italic \sigma and a sans serif bold italic \sigma?

And they look differently? I'm trying to typeset iso conform (vectors bold italic and tensors sans serif bold italic). Mechanical stress $\sigma$ is a tensor, but I also want to typeset the normal ...
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MikTex 2.9 64-bit not loading sans serif font for moderncv

I just got a new computer and installed MikTex 2.9 for Windows7 64-bit. When I compiled my resume for the first time (moderncv, theme casual), it compiled in roman vs. sans serif fonts. I did not ...
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The right way to get sans-serif math?

I notice that beamer has everything in sans-serif by default, including math. In a regular article, simply using \sffamily doesn't cause math to be set in sans-serif. Using ...
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1answer
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How do I format the whole document in sans-serif? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Simplest way to typeset entire document in sans serif (Helvetica) I'd like to have all the font in my document to be sans-serif, i.e.: \textsf{} What is the best and ...
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1answer
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Name of default “sffamily” font

I'm using LaTeX (texlive) in Debian Wheezy. How can I determine which font is specified by \sffamily?
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Default sans-serif for T1

When using \usepackage[T1]{fontenc}, my understanding was that the fonts were pretty much the same as the defaults, except that they carried native accentuated characters. Now, I use sans-serif in my ...
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Microtype warning with lmodern package and KOMA-script

With a simple document \documentclass{scrreprt} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{microtype} \usepackage{lmodern} \begin{document} \chapter{Test test test} ...
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1answer
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How do I switch all fonts in a document to a sans-serif family? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Simplest way to typeset entire document in sans serif (Helvetica) I use document class article and included \usepackage{helvet} I now begin my document with ...
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Style question: serif or sans fonts in figure and chart text?

Question for you design-y types: I like to use a serif font for all my text (title, headings, body). What I'd like to know is whether you think that I should go with a serif or sans serif for text in ...
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1answer
284 views

Sans-serif font different in output

I am currently using Lyx. I was typing with sans-serif font and the interface shows it like the Arial font. However, the output is different; it's still sans-serif but the letters have more spaces in ...
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3answers
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traditional German sans-serif (and serif) blackboard-bold symbols

What I have always been looking for in LaTeX were traditional German sans-serif blackboard-bold letters, mainly for: N (natural numbers), Z (integers), Q (rational numbers), R (reals), C (complex ...
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1answer
238 views

Sans serif math with corrected spacing

With the sfmath package I find that there is too little space between some symbols. In an expression like $n_1$ for instance the subscript is too close to the base. Although the space between the ...
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2answers
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Bold sans-serif font in LaTeX

How can one format a chapter or section heading in bold using a sans-serif font? I tried \textsf{\textbf{bold sans-serif text}}, but it does not seem to work. Any idea?
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Does latin modern sans serif have a weird kerning, or is there a problem on my side?

I don't know whether it's my brain, or my pdf reader, or a missing font on my system. I know I'm asking for Latin Modern, Sans Serif because it's for a presentation, and the result looks weird: I ...
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1answer
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Do mathdesign sans serif and monospaced fonts “fake” small caps?

The manual for mathdesign explains how to ensure "true" small caps are used for the main type family selected as an option, but it says nothing about whether the small caps used in other fonts are ...
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Sans serif fonts for section titles in ConTeXt

In LaTeX, some document classes specify sans serif fonts for chapter and section titles, and serif fonts for the main text of a document. what is the proper way to achieve this in ConTeXt? I have code ...