{unicode-math} provides an implementation of Unicode math symbols and OpenType math fonts for XeLaTeX and LuaLaTeX.

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siunitx disturbs spacing of \, in math with xelatex

In the following example - compiled with XeLaTeX - the spacing of \thinspacing/the value of mu (used by \,) is disturbed if \SI is used in the math before: \documentclass{article} ...
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mtpro2 and unicode-math

I am new to Stack Exchange, so please excuse the few mistakes that might have happened. I like the large square roots, parantheses and braces, the wide accents, underbraces, etc that one gets with ...
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Clickable box malformed in TOC when using math in heading and the Latin Modern Math font

The clickable box (the actual hyperlink) in the TOC is too heigh when using the Latin Modern Math font. Using Cambria Math everything looks normal. Using the \texorpdfstring{}{} command does not ...
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How to get “XeLaTeX + unicode-math” output as close as possible to that of pdflatex?

I've started exploring XeTeX and the unicode-math package in order to use unicode in my input. Of the six math fonts described in unimath-symbols.pdf, Latin Modern Math seems to be closest to what ...
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unicode-math + siunitx + lualatex = long compile times. Why?

The following MWE, compiled under several situations (with appropriate lines removed) gives the following timings (with all output files removed between runs), as timed by Measure-Command on Windows 7 ...
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unicode-math and oldstyle figures

I'm trying to find a good way to archive the following using fontspec, unicode-math and lualatex: almost global oldstyle figures including inline math lining numbers for displayed equations, e.g. ...
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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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Use of Script-size and Script-script-size glyphs

In the answers to this question, I learned that OpenType Math fonts like Cambria and Latin Modern Math contain script-size and script-script-size characters, with different optical scaling. In my ...
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Accessing cmex10-equivalent symbols in latinmodern math in rendering code

I wish to display and print mathematical formulae not using one of the existing TeX distributions and not via a web browser, but using my own code so that the display is integrated into my packages as ...
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How to get mathbf to work properly in unicode-math

EXAMPLE I In short, I'm trying to reproduce the following: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{unicode-math} \setmathfont[bold-style=ISO]{xits-math.otf} \begin{document} \[ ...
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IM (Input Methods) for entering Unicode math on Windows 7 for use with the unicode-math package?

On Windows 7, if I need to enter Chinese, I can setup an input method whereby when I type something such as hao Windows automatically suggests a list of characters to choose from, among which I can ...
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mathspec and unicode-math characters not displayed

I have using mathspec and unicode-math for the purpose of two different math symbols in my documents. I have used as per this how do set table body math parts in different font. But when using $...$ ...
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Do I need XeLaTeX to compile a file which uses the unicode-math package?

I have found some information on Wikipedia concerned with XeTeX and the unicode-math package. My question is, if I include the unicode-math package in my document, is it enough to have LaTeX installed ...
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Scale font sizes – match text font (Comfortaa) and math font

Before I start, I want to note that I don't know very much about (La)TeX's font system and find it to be very confusing and not very well-documented. I've read the "fntguide", but that only gives very ...
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Finding a way to get mathscr and unicode without using xelatex, which is stymied

This really should be a comment to \mathscr (LaTeX or XeLaTeX) Which is about running XeLatex to get \mathscr fonts. The sample program provided in that post is \documentclass[a4paper]{report} ...
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Unicode-math in combination with \begin{proof} \end{proof}

If I use unicode-math in combination with \begin{proof} \end{proof} the black square at the end of the proof, misses the top part. If I don't use unicode-math, the symbol looks normal again. If you ...