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The warning is due to the fact that Computer Modern fonts are only available at “discrete” sizes. The problem is that, apparently, Koma classes process the fontsize option too early, when Computer Modern is still the default font. You can remove the spurious warning by loading fix-cm before starting: \RequirePackage{fix-cm} ...


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There is (at least) one free true type font, named Alchemy that has this symbol. It's available from here for instance.Demo, with Xe/LuaLaTeX: \documentclass[12pt, a4paper]{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \begin{document} The \emph{amalgamation} or \emph{conjunction} symbol: \fontspec{Alchemy}\enspace \LARGE p \end{document}


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You seem to have a misunderstanding of font lookup of xetex. The different lookup mechanisms are described in detail in the XeTeX manual, but I will try to boil things down a little for an answer. If you provide a font name, e.g. Times New Roman, as in your first example, where you call \setmainfont{Times New Roman} then XeTeX will use your system's ...


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If you modify your example to \documentclass[fontsize=13pt,DIV=12]{scrartcl} \stop \usepackage{lmodern} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \begin{document} test \end{document} You see the warning about cmr comes before lmodern is loaded. So the class sets up some fonts which are over-ridden later but still generate some warnings. It's probably safe to do this ...


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Use GhostScript (gs) to embed all fonts Compile your document normally, and then process it with this command: gs -DSAFER -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -dEmbedAllFonts=true -sOutputFile=$NEWFILE.pdf -f $YOURFILE.pdf (Replace $YOURFILE.pdf with the name of the file produced by pdflatex, and $NEWFILE.pdf by the name of the file you want to obtain) ...


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There exists now an extended Baskerville package for LaTeX named Baskervaldx. The manual of Baskervaldx recommends the usage of newtxmath as math font. With Latin Modern as monospace font and TeX Gyre Heros (improved Helvetica clone) as sans serif font, the LaTeX code is: \usepackage{lmodern} % monospace font \usepackage[scale=0.89]{tgheros} % Helvetica is ...


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Font switches such as \itshape, \mdseries and \scshape tell LaTeX to switch to a different font. The font LaTeX switches to depends on the currently active family, and the various fonts corresponding to the different attributes (weight, shape etc.) are usually defined in a font definition file. Simplifying reality somewhat, when you say \itshape this is ...


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Marking the language changes with \foreignlanguage{english}{...}, \begin{otherlanguage*}{english}...\end{otherlanguage*} is better and will automatically do what you're looking for, because \englishfont would be selected, with the added benefit of correct hyphenation. For the problematic characters, use ucharclasses: \documentclass[11pt]{scrbook} ...


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Use the tocstyle package from the KOMA bundle and the pagenumberhook: \documentclass{scrreprt} \usepackage{xcolor, tocstyle} \setkomafont{chapterentrypagenumber}{\color{red}} \setkomafont{disposition}{\color{teal}} \settocstylefeature{pagenumberhook}{\sffamily{}} \begin{document} {\color{blue}\tableofcontents} \chapter{Chapter} \section{Section} ...


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I found a solution that works for me. I started playing around with version=bold, as David suggested, but that kept turning all my math mode text bold. In the end I switched from file names to system font names. (I wanted to avoid that initially, since I am working on the same document from several different machines.) With system font names, \boldmath ...


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Use family: \documentclass{beamer} \usefonttheme{professionalfonts} \usepackage{fontspec} \setsansfont{Old Standard} % just to make it distinguishable from Helvetica \newfontfamily\helveticalike{TeX Gyre Heros} \setbeamerfont{title}{size*={32pt}{38.4pt},series=\bfseries,family=\helveticalike} \begin{document} \title{A title in Helvetica} \author{Who} ...


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That pdf uses fonts Alchemy, Alchemy A, Alchemy B , Alchemy C which google suggests are available from several places (not for free) eg https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/deniart/alchemy-symbols/c-regular/


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You can give a try at the Gillius No2 free opentype font, inspired by Gill Sans. It also can be used with (pdf)latex, and is available with TeX Live as well as MiKTeX. There is also a condensed version. Edit: Under MiKTeX, to make the package work with (pdf)latex, after installing the package, you should run updmap as administrator. Added: As mentioned ...


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Don't try this at home... Mixing fonts in this way is not recommended and is likely to produce results which are significantly suboptimal. However, if you really must: \DeclareMathAlphabet\mathcal{OMS}{cmsy}{m}{n} \SetMathAlphabet\mathcal{bold}{OMS}{cmsy}{b}{n} Complete code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...


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Using the package amsbsy and \pmb seems to get the boldmath. \documentclass{minimal} \usepackage{fontspec} \usepackage{unicode-math} \usepackage{amsbsy} \setmainfont[% Ligatures=TeX, BoldFont=LinLibertine_RB.otf, ItalicFont=LinLibertine_RI.otf, BoldItalicFont=LinLibertine_RBI.otf] {LinLibertine_R.otf} \setmathfont{texgyrepagella-math.otf} ...


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There is no Cyrillic Times freely available in the current TeX distributions, so I suggest a different font: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T2A,T1]{fontenc} % or OT1 instead of T1 \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{mathptmx} \usepackage[russian,english]{babel} \DeclareRobustCommand{\cyrins}[1]{% \begingroup\fontfamily{erewhon-TLF}% ...


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Actually, I have found out that a good collection of LaTeX fonts can be found here. The links to CTAN and installation recommendations are also provided. Apparently, it will be hard to find the Calibri font on the Internet since it is a proprietary one, but other similar fonts can be found on the web-catalogue mentioned above.


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The mentioned page lists the more useful information, which PDF variant is required. It is essentially PDF/A, whereas PDF/A-1a is the most preferred one. However, having doubts that pdflatex is smart enough to add document structure, you might have to rely on PDF/A-1b, or PDF/A-2b. In any case, you will have to provide sufficient Metadata. A standard way ...


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As Sigur suggested, this is the answer for my question: \begin{tikztimingtable}[yscale=1.5] \texttt{Handshake out RPi} & [thin] 4L 8H 8L 12H 8L\\ \texttt{Data out RPi} & [thin] 4Z[black] 8D 8Z[black] 12D 8Z[black]\\ \texttt{Handshake out UR5} & [thin] 8L 8H 12L 8H 4L\\ %\textsf{•} \extracode ...



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