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checksum mismatch in font futr8t.vf ignored [duplicate]

With this MWE : \documentclass{beamer} \RequirePackage{fontspec} \usefonttheme{serif} \RequirePackage{lmodern} \RequirePackage{fourier} \beamertemplatenavigationsymbolsempty ...
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Fourier Spectrum conversion from 3D to 2D

I am delighted to have the link ORIGINAL LINK However, I have modified the graph to suit my purpose but it's still in xyz-plane. Actually, I want to have the same graph in xy-plane. My MWE is as ...
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Bad horizontal spacing when using the fourier/utopia font

Consider the following MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fourier} \begin{document} If \(0<b<1\). \emph{If \(0<b<1\)}. \emph{If 0<b<1} \end{document} that yields the ...
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fourier: How to get slanted lower and upper case Greek symbols by default

The fourier package has an option to slant lower case Greek; the upright lower case Greek symbols are then available as \other<symbol> macros. It seems upper case Greek symbols are always ...
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Using 10pt fonts with the fourier package actually gives me 9.17pt

I am using the fourier package to produce output (containing math) that I can insert into another document using the same (Utopia) font and have matching text styles. But when I set the font size to ...
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Making integrals look prettier with negative spacing for publication

How should I write definite integrals for publication? Examples: or or I am not sure about how to write the limits correctly. How should I write definite integrals for publication?
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Using computer modern \rightarrow with fourier font

I am using the fourier font in a LaTeX document, but instead of the \rightarrow that fourier provides, I need the Computer Modern right arrow. For example, I need instead of: I have tried using ...
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mathtools' \vcentcolon and fourier's utopia

The mathtools package has a centered colon, \vcentcolon, which is used to display the definition symbol := correctly. However when using the fourier package, I get the following output from ...
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fourier font and \nmid

The fourier package does not provide a \nmid command. Using the \nmid from amssymb looks very different from the fourier's \mid. Is there a way to produce a "compatible" symbol in fourier? The two ...
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Setup font size of different types to be the same

For mathematical documents i like using the fourier package with the upright option, however the symbols \mathcal produces are quite too quirky in my opinion, so I replaced them with the default font ...
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Problem with fourier package and expert option [closed]

I am compiling some documents using pdfLaTeX and I have installed the expert Type1 files (.pfb and .pfm) for the Adobe Utopia fonts in order to use the fourier package with the expert option, which ...
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Delimiter size \big not working with fourier, mathtools packages and 11pt option

I have a document using the fourier font package and mathtools. In mathmode the \big delimiters are the same size as normal sized. After some debugging I noticed that if I remove the 11pt document ...
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UTF8 Encoding/Mapping in the pdf with PdfTeX (Application to Fourier Font) [closed]

After many search, I have found how to have a pretty good UTF8 mapping (which give no bad result on Acrobat Pro accessibility checking) for lmodern and amsfonts. The code needed is in the minimal ...
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Using utopia and another roman font in (pdf)LaTeX

I need to create a document with Utopia (Fourier package) as the default font. However, at a certain point I need to change the default roman font to say for e.g. CM-Roman. At this point reverting ...
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Is there an incompatibility between `eulervm` and `fourier` packages?

In the following minimal document \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fourier,eulervm} \begin{document} $1 < 2$ \end{document} the output is missing the < symbol. On the other hand, if I ...