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math font command in LaTeX, by design, do not combine properties the way text fonts do, each selects a specific alphabet , So your \mathrm completely hides the \mathbf just use \mathbf{x} to get a bold roman x.


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Here is feyn11.mf: % Feynman diagram font, 11pt display size, release 0.3.3, 2009 October 8. % % Copyright 1991, 1994, 2001, Norman Gray <norman@astro.gla.ac.uk> % Mercurial revision 204fc9a2e560, 2009-10-08 12:56 +0100 font_identifier "FEYN"; font_size 11pt#; %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % % First the base ...


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To find out if a particular font supports a particular script, you can use otfinfo: otfinfo -s NotoSans-Regular.ttf cyrl Cyrillic grek Greek latn Latin To find out which fonts on your system support a particular language, you need to use some font management tool. Since you are using XeTeX/LuaTeX, you are able to use ...


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Webomint font is not provided in Ubuntu distribution due to license hassle. The simplest way to install this font is to use: wget http://tug.org/fonts/getnonfreefonts/install-getnonfreefonts sudo texlua install-getnonfreefonts getnonfreefonts -a If you want to know more details see here


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You should load xeCJK and remove CJKutf8; also xunicode and xltxtra are unneeded. I disable also protrusion, which doesn't really make sense with Chinese. The example is reduced, but it should show what you need to get started on the right path. \documentclass[11pt,a4paper]{moderncv} % moderncv themes %\moderncvtheme[blue]{casual} % ...


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Look in the file kurier.sty and you'll find the lines (not in the same places) \DeclareOption{regular}{\renewcommand{\rmdefault}{kurier}} \SetMathAlphabet{\mathsf}{kurier}{OT1}{\rmdefault}{m}{n} \SetMathAlphabet\mathsf{kurierbold}{OT1}{\rmdefault}{bx}{n} that tell you how to do in your case. The first line reveals the font family internal name, the other ...


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pxfonts is not “officially” deprecated, but it is so “typographically”, because there are several flaws in its design. Such flaws have brilliantly been fixed by Michael Sharpe who provided the package newpxtext and newpxmath instead. However, newpxtext isn't compatible with fontspec, because it's based on “classical” 256 slot fonts. You can obtain a very ...


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Run with xelatex: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{unicode-math} \setmathfont{STIX Math} \begin{document} \Huge $\mscrO$ \end{document} amsmath is not needed here but it is always a good idea to load it and that must be done before unicode-math


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With columns=fixed and columns=flexible, the listing is built inserting each character in a box 0.6em wide for fixed and 0.45em for flexible (the default value can be changed via basewidth). Using these two types is meaningless when the font has fixed width glyphs, like Courier or Computer Modern Typewriter, because for these fonts the interword space is ...


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If you are happy to use the Stix fonts, you could try this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{stix} \begin{document} A script k in maths $\mathscr k$ \end{document} Otherwise you need to find a maths font that implements the Unicode character: 𝓀 or "MATHEMATICAL SCRIPT SMALL K" which is Unicode code point U+1D4C0, and compile with xelatex or lualatex.


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Run with xelatex \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{unicode-math} \setmathfont{STIX Math} \def\kay{\ensuremath{\mscrk}} \begin{document} $\ell$ and $\kay$ and $\mscrl$ \end{document}



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