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To follow-up the discussion in the comments of David Carlisle's answer about the unicode-math package: In LaTeX, there are two fonts in math mode: one for letters (variables), usually called math font (better called math letter font); one for words, usually called math text font (better called math word font), and one text font in text mode, usually ...


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The use of math alphabet commands in unicode-math is somewhat broken there are open issues at github which mentions \mathit but \mathrm is the same. You can redefine \mathrm to use the Roman text font as follows: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{unicode-math} \setmathfont{Latin Modern Math} \setmathfont[range=\mathup]{Latin Modern Roman} ...


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(More than a year has passed since the query was posted initially. However, the following answer may still be useful to some people.) The key to getting this program to run under XeLaTeX appears to be to set the Path option correctly when issuing the instruction \setmainfont. The following, modified version of your code assumes that you use TeXLive2015 (or ...



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