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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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Typeset a number with many digits in the align environment

Questions like this have been asked before, Here and here, but neither of these are within a math enviroment. In context, I would like to type set the approximate solution to an integral to 100 ...
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Add a percentage error using siunitx package

I have a problem with the siunitx package. What I would like to do is the following. I have a number which for instance equals 145 and has the units mm. However, there is also an error expressed in ...
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bold \angstrom (perhaps in conjunction with siunitx)?

How can I get a bold \angstrom (perhaps in conjunction with siunitx)? \mathbf{(\si{\angstrom})} or \bm{(\si{\angstrom})} or \boldmath{(\si{\angstrom})} does not work. An example- I want the ...
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Exponent notation in siunitx

I would like to use numbers in siunitx where the main number and uncertainty have exponents like: \num{1.1e-2\pm0.1e-2} However this gives a Misplaced sign token error and I have to first find a ...
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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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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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siunitx does not work with overline

When I am typing a laboratory for physics, I tried using \overline inside SI from the siunitx package, like so: \begin{align} \begin{split} s &= \frac{d}{t}\\ &= ...
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altering per-mode for a single siunitx-equation

I am using siunitx in "per-mode=symbol", and that is working very well. However now I have run into an isolated case, where I need the "per"-symbol to be ^{-1}. Here is a MWE showing what I desire: ...
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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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siunitx: Bold single numeric cells

I'm struggling to make a single numeric cell in an siunitx table bold. (A similar question for making a whole column bold is available here.) I want to define a simple macro which I can set for the ...
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Automatic thousands separators?

I want to typeset big numbers with a separator (e.g a space or a ",") between hundreds and thousands, etc... For example 1 Million = 1 000 000. I know the package siunitx which does it very well, but ...
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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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kpfonts, siunitx and math alphabets

This is a follow up question to this rather vague one. The problem is trying to work out where my 16 math alphabets are going. In using egreg's answer to the previous question I have diagnosed ...
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Could icomma conflict with siunitx?

I'm also having the problem with the space after a comma in decimal numbers (like discussed here: German language: use of comma in numbers) and I wonder if I can use both the icomma-package (which ...
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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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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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siunitx: scientific notation

I want to use scientific notation with the siunitx package. However, when I try to do it I am getting an error: The width of a human hair is \SI{1 \times 10^{-4}}{m}. This has always given me a ...