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Minion Pro Symbols

I searched the site but I couldn't find an answer. I'm trying to use Minion Pro. Some symbols don't seem good to me. Can you explain how to change them? (Maybe into mathpazo or better one.) ...
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How to get aleph and beth symbols in similar font?

If aleph, beth, gimel, and daleth are needed in their mathematical meanings (identifiers for cardinality), how can we get them in the same font or at least reasonably similar in style. The following ...
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Intersection (\cap) for ASL-abstract

For my submission of an abstract using the required abstract template of the Association of Symbolic Logic (http://aslonline.org/abstractresources.html) I do not get the intersection sign properly. ...
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Koppa under ASL abstract-template

I will be submitting an abstract using the required abstract template of the Association of Symbolic Logic: http://aslonline.org/abstractresources.html It turns out that there are errors when I e.g. ...
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Specifying font for a special glyph

Is it possible to set a font for a glyph without adding markup around each occurrence of the glyph? e.g. my current font does not support angle bracket (〈 〉).
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Shuffle symbol breaks footnotes?

I am currently recompiling a draft monograph with Springer's "svmono" class. When compiling the file, everything seems to work fine, but the first time TeX encounters a footnote, it throws the error ...
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Detect if all required glyphs are available

In XeTeX, a message is printed to the log file if a glyph is not available with the current font. The input \documentclass{scrartcl} \begin{document} α \end{document} leads to the following ...
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ZephGreek and ZephText

Greetings to all TeX lovers! I have been reading Xenophon's "Cyrus' Anabasis" these days in my free time. The book is from the Loeb Classical Harvard Library. Usually I use Garamond to write my ...
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XeLaTeX Double closed path integral? [duplicate]

How can I write a double closed path integral? I have searched and I have found only single closed loop integral.
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Making variations of \boxed

I have to typeset certain formulas, and the notation involves stretchable boxes, pretty much like \boxed{X} makes, but occasionally I need to add a hat below and/or above, as the picture shows: ...
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1answer
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Libertine + newtxmath gaps in big brackets

I have a problem when combining Libertine with newtxmath. When using large brackets in equations the brackets have strange gaps. \documentclass[fontsize=12pt,DIV=12,oneside,a4paper]{scrreprt} ...
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1answer
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The history behind the broken epsilon [duplicate]

In LaTeX, there are two epsilons: \varepsilon and \epsilon. When I see the second one used in mathematics texts, I consider it a typo, because the first one corresponds to what is used in the ...
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a single wrong character in a font

I am writing some code using unicode and my chosen font works out great for me with the exception of for some reason the font uses an italicised dollar sign instead of the sign for GBP. Is this a bug ...
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1answer
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How do I get the alternate “g” glyph on Open Sans?

I'm trying to specify the alternate "g" glyph provided by opensans (using pdflatex) but can't find instructions anywhere in the documentation on how to do that. I'd like to use alternate throughout my ...
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1answer
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The equals sign is missing

When I use the fonts fourier and iwona at the same time, the equals sign = does not appear. For example, the source \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fourier} \usepackage[math]{iwona} ...
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1answer
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How can I add « » in my sentence? [duplicate]

Does anybody know how to add these marks « bla bla »?
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set character/symbol from a particular font instead of bullet in beamer

I am using fontspec and beamer and would like to change the bullet symbol of "itemize" to a given character. I have tried \setbeamertemplate{itemize item}[] Before and after \begin{document}, ...
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How to replace parentheses with symbol of other font so that they are expandable?

I use Bitstream Charter for my document, but I'm not satisfied with the appearance of round parentheses. I'd like to replace them with the parentheses from Palatino, both in text and math mode. In ...
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1answer
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minionint option not working correctly with MinionPro package set up via FontPro

The minion integral that is used upon specifying minionint as an option for MinionPro is not displaying correctly. I installed my minion pro font as suggested by the instructions in the FontPro github ...
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MinionPro on Windows 7 does not have \epsilon [duplicate]

I have installed MinionPro fonts under Windows 7 using Miktex 2.9 by following the steps in the instruction you can read online on Scribd (mpro_installation_miktex_windows_machine.pdf) and load down ...
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1answer
70 views

Strange behaviour of the newtx package?

I noticed strange behaviour with the newtx package. I'm using MiKTeX 2.9 with TeXnicCenter 2.0 Beta 1 64 Bit with pdflatex. Here's what I'm talking about: Here's the code: ...
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1answer
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How Can I get bold math symbols into a glossary?

I'd like to add a mathematical Expression to my glossary: \newglossaryentry{Fst}{ name = {$F_{st}$-value}, description = {Inbreeding coefficient,...}, sort = {fst} } ...
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Integral operator does not compile [closed]

When I put \int on LyX it doesn't compile. I had tried to refresh and update and nothing works. It throws me this error: Font\U/esint/m/n/12=esint10 at 12pt not loadable: metric data not found or ...
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Suddenly, a problem with boldface Greek symbols; bm package doesn't work

I've added the following packages: \usepackage{fontspec} \usepackage{xunicode,xltxtra,url,parskip} \usepackage[usenames,dvipsnames]{xcolor} \usepackage{hyperref} ...
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Common bold command for Latin and Greek letters

Following this post, Bold math: Automatic choice between \mathbf and \boldsymbol for Latin and Greek symbols?, I created the command \newcommand{\vect}[1]{\boldsymbol{\mathbf{#1}}} and include ...
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How to typeset the 'i' used for imbedding?

In some books, they use a special 'i' for denoting imbedding of one Sobolev space into a another. This 'i' is not quite like \imath. It's like a calligraphic 'i'. I try to find it with detexify, but ...
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Taking letters and numbers from different fonts [duplicate]

Can we mix fonts? For example: Letters from Palatino Numbers from Times New Roman Greek symbols from Fourier Thanks in advance.
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1answer
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Import \vec from fouriernc?

I am wondering how to import the \vec font from fouriernc (which is much better designed than that in other fonts families, but I don't like other designs in fouriernc) without affecting the font ...
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1answer
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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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Is there a suiting percentage symbol (%) when using eulervm? Or can we fake one?

Seems that when using the eulervm package the % symbol is taken from computer modern. I find this a bit suprising and not so suiting. The percentage symbol is really thin... Does anyone know of some ...
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1answer
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Scale single symbol in math mode

I am using the Baskervald font with KP fonts for the maths font. It is very nice, but it needs some manual fine-tuning. For example, the \star command gives an (oversized) italic star, which should ...
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1answer
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Symbol identification problem [duplicate]

How do I create an enumeration style like in the picture below (I mean things that look like concave { and })? The Comprehensive Symbol List doesn't seem to know anything about those symbols. ...
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Are itemize and EBGaramond compatible?

This MWE works: \documentclass[english]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{luainputenc} \makeatletter %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% User specified LaTeX commands. ...
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1answer
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Preventing Ångström symbol being italicised in pythontex

I'm trying to make a plot in a tex document within pythontex and I set the label within pycode tags to be self.label = r'A: {0} B: {1:.0f}$\AA$'.format(self.aaa,self.bbb) I don't want the Ångström ...
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Is there a religious symbols font collection?

I can find collections for chess, cards, etc. But could not locate a religious fonts collection.
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1answer
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Tilde in math mode using helvetica

I am forced to use Arial for my thesis. My configuration as shown in the minimal working example below works fine for me exept for the tilde. It does not blend in well and has too much space above and ...
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votes
2answers
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Greek alternate/variant letters

Some letters of the greek alphabet include alternative letters. For instance, we have \Phi, \phi and \varphi. What is the purpose of the variant versions of these letters? Why are these not ...
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votes
1answer
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When using unicode-math, how do I get the original calligraphic alphabet back?

I am happy with the great majority of what unicode-math does. But at times I find that I prefer a symbol the way it was before. With \varnothing and \complement, for example. In those cases I was able ...
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Can I easily tune the mathdesign fonts?

My main text font is Utopia. The mathdesign package contains a set of mathematical symbols that match this font pretty nicely. I noticed two small things that I don't like, especially in comparison ...
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votes
1answer
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Command for this symbol looks like \mathcal{F}

I can't find the LaTeX command and symbol and its package of this symbol. Can any one suggest me the command. I tried \mathcal{F} but its not exactly the same.
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votes
1answer
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Monospaced font with U+1D400..U+1D7FF range (for editing)?

The goal of this question is to find an appropriate font for the editor in which I input TeX, rather than a font for use in the output. I hope this is sufficiently on-topic for TeX.se. I recently ...
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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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How does XeTeX typeset (math) symbols which are input as unicode?

I'm considering moving to Xe(La)TeX for the main reason that it allows me to use unicode in my LaTeX code, making said code easier to read, especially the math. But I'm confused on how XeTeX typesets ...
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votes
1answer
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How are the glyph (character) names in PDF-files determined?

PDF-files make internal use of glyph names. For example, the name of ≈ (U+2248; TeX \approx) appearing in a PDF-file might be approxequal. One can find such names in a TeX-generated PDF-file by ...
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votes
1answer
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How to use only one glyph from textcomp

I'd like to use the symbol given by textordmasculine from the textcomp package. But I don't want to load textcomp since it is too much and I only want that symbol (in fact I need the masculine order ...
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votes
1answer
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Per mille symbol in classicthesis style

I need the per mille (\textperthousand) symbol in math mode and text in a classicthesis style document. Instead, in the PDF, I get a percent symbol followed by a small, black square. For example, ...
4
votes
1answer
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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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votes
1answer
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Techniques for comparing the shapes of a particular glyph in different fonts

I would like to compare the shape of a particular symbol in many different fonts. Let us assume for the sake of simplicity that the symbol is non-composite, that is it is a glyph straight from a ...
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votes
2answers
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How to get bigsqcap in the right size

I would like to use the upside-down version of \bigsqcup to denote its dual operation. The stmaryrd package provides that symbol, \bigsqcap, but I have found that these two symbols are rendered in ...
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votes
1answer
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Math symbols in tt font

I am trying to typeset some mathematics all in typewriter font; aiming to emulate the appearance of a particular computing environment. However, \mathtt in math mode doesn't appear to affect the ...