{sans-serif} fonts are those that do not have the small projecting features called "serifs" at the end of strokes.

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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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Is there any sans-serif font that fully supports unicode-math?

As stated in the question title, is there any sans-serif font that fully supports the unicode-math package? Alternatively, is there a list that shows the different levels of support for (preferably ...
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Conflict between siunitx and sansmath?

I use the following preamble to get a sans serif font in my docs: \usepackage{lmodern} \renewcommand*\familydefault{\sfdefault} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} The siunitx package works well with this, ...
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problem using subscripts with sansmath

I have had to (hastily) adapt some Latex to sans serif and I have had some small problems. I cobbled a preamble together (lifting some stuff from the web) which seems to work, except for some small ...
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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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Making the math font respecting the surrounding family with Myriad Pro font

I want to build on the answer by Tobi on Make mathfont respect the surrounding family. Actually, I want to adapt it to my own sans serif font which is Myriad Pro. I think the only thing to do is to ...