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The following command could solve it: \def\uppaal{\raisebox{.5ex}{\scshape Uppaal}} and use \uppaal wherever required.


In a pinch, a horizontal \rule may also suffice: \documentclass{article} \newcommand{\TextUnderscore}{\rule{.4em}{.4pt}} \begin{document} \texttt{Samp\textunderscore{}Dist\textunderscore{}Corr}\par \texttt{Samp\_Dist\_Corr}\par \texttt{Samp\TextUnderscore{}Dist\TextUnderscore{}Corr} \end{document} The width - .4em - can be adjusted to suit. The height - ...


The posted code does not produce an indent \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \noindent {\tt \noindent [cloud-user@sgmanager1 ~]\$ sudo yum list | grep kumo\\ service\_guard.x86\_64\hskip 8em 0.2-0007\hskip 8em @kumo-sg\\ } \end{document} produces However the second \noindent is doing nothing, \tt should not be used in LaTeX, and \\ at the end of ...


The answer by egreg loads new fonts that seems to change fonts for the whole document -- not only in listings (in my document it changed the font used in paragraphs). The accepted answer uses pcr -- some may find it not very beautiful. You could use lmtt instead. Below is the version that uses lmtt and additionally wraps the font-change command into the ...


One advantage of \verb is that underscores are typeset better. For example in \documentclass{article} \usepackage{verbatim} \begin{document} \texttt{foo\_bar} \verb|foo_bar| \end{document} the first foo_bar has a thinner underscore. See Underscores in words (text) for more details.


If you are using fontspec you should also be using either mathspec or unicode-math. If you use mathspec, then you can set the font for \mathtt like this: \documentclass[fleqn]{article} \usepackage{mathspec} \setmonofont[Mapping=tex-text]{Courier New} \setmathtt{Courier New} \begin{document} \texttt{Farschad \% + - * \$ ! } \[ \mathtt{Farschad \% + - * ...

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