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MinionPro, siunitx and some character substitution: Bad mathchar (32768) [duplicate]

I've been using a solution that allows me to: Use proportional figures in text and tabular figures in tables; Force siunitx to set "symbols", e.g. ( ) - in the text-font instead of the math-font, ...
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Combination of siunitx and light weight font fails to compile …?

Question I am trying to use the package siunitx in combination with the Opensans Light font. To make siunitx detect the font weight, I pass \sisetup{detect-weight}. However, the document fails to ...
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Upright Greek font fitting to Computer Modern

I'm looking for an upright Greek font for single Greek characters (like "β-decay" or "µ-metal") which fits to the default CM/latin style, i.e. the upright version of the default italic math mode Greek ...
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strange warning when using newtxmath and siunitx packages together

I've just noticed that I'm compiling my documents I get something similar to the following warning: LaTeX Font Warning: Font shape `OT1/cmr/m/n' in size <5.5> not available (Font) ...
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How to set font-family for \num to always coincide with surrounding environemnt

I am trying to set my global options for the \num{} output so that it correspond to the same font style of the surrounding text. I am using the siunitx package. After reading the package ...
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How to define a style for drawings using a special font and siunitx?

I would like to define a style (e. g. style=techDraw) that gives me the possibility to define the behavior of all technical drawings made by tikz or imported as pdf_tex a. s. o. when the style ...
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Kerning between V and / in Palatino and Euler

Edit 1 I made the test with real palatino font and Neo-Euler, with the same result (As far as I can see) \documentclass{standalone} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont[] {PalatinoLTStd-Roman.otf} ...
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Siunitx's \micro symbol has serif

I am trying to reproduce the look of the micro symbol in the siunitx documentation; see for instance the following picture: However, when compiling the following code: \documentclass{article} ...
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Font mismatch with Linux Libertine and siunitx package

Following example: \documentclass{scrbook} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{microtype} \usepackage{siunitx} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont{Linux Libertine O} ...
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Can siunitx use roman when familydefault is set to sans serif? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can I make siunitx commands use serif fonts like the rest of the math in beamer? I have a MWE showing setting the family default to sans serif with ...
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Can I make siunitx commands use serif fonts like the rest of the math in beamer?

In a beamer presentation I can use \usefonttheme[onlymath]{serif} to typeset the math in a serif font while the rest of the presentation is in a sans-serif font. But the \SI command from siunitx ...
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numbers before decimal separator do not align in table column [closed]

I want a table column that is aligned at the decimal separator. For that I use the S column type defined by the siunitx package. However, when I do this, the numbers left of the decimal separator are ...
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Siunitx + Junicode font: Overfull hboxes

The following MWE, using Junicode, creates 4 overfull hboxes. But any other font I tried (e.g. Linux Libertine O) creates no warnings. Any ideas? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} ...
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siunitx uses math mode for symbols - workaround needed when using different fonts for math and text

This is a follow up question from Using old style fonts of palatino (mathpazo) in math mode. The original problem has been solved using siunitx instead of dcolumn. However, the problem is that I am ...
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Using oldstyle figures of palatino (mathpazo) in math mode

I am using \usepackage[osf]{mathpazo} for oldstyle figures and the dcolumn package to align the contents of tables at their decimal point. The problem is that dcolumn automatically sets the aligned ...
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sans serif font with siunitx

My students found this problem, which I could not solve. The percent is always printed in the serif font. Here is a test code: \documentclass[]{scrartcl} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...
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sans serif math in tables and siunitx

I want to know the easiest way to ensure that the content inside a tabular, including siunitx columns is set using a/the sans serif math font. The normal document is set in serif font. This approach ...
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mathpazo + siunitx: π turns into ß

When I use mathpazo and siunitx (version 2.3h) together, if I use \pi inside the numerical argument to \SI, it will show up in the output as "ß". \documentclass{article} \usepackage{mathpazo, ...
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siunitx S column to produce aligned numbers in italics and parentheses

My apologies first as it may be that if i spent a sufficient amount of time playing and reading the siunitx manual, that I might be able to figure this out. About an hour has failed to yield the ...
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Problem with slanted numerals when combining siunitx and arev

There is a strange interaction between the siunitx and arev packages, whereby all the numerals appear slanted when using commands such as \num or \SI. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{siunitx} ...
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Why do some fonts used by siunitx and textcomp look rasterized?

For example, the mu in \SI{1.55}{\micro\metre} looks really bad for some reason. For textcomp, \textmu looks the same.