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Here is the solution. Beware, you will need a recent version of ConTeXt. In the following example, I will use Baskervald, Corbel and Ubuntu Mono instead of Libertine, Liberation and Latin Modern Mono. Our mixed mathematical font will be based on Pagella Math. First of all, one should know the code of mathematical glyphs within an Opentype mathematical font. ...


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In Unicode, a combining mark is associated with the character that precedes it, so you should use $x⃗$(the content between dollar signs is letter x followed by U+20D7 COMBINING RIGHT ARROW ABOVE). And you should declare a mathematical font that contains the character. But it still won’t work, presumably due to limitations in unicode-math, in fonts, or in ...


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Actually DeclareMathAlphabet works fine, the problem is that the latin alphabet has been given mathcodes pointing at the math alphabet range in Unicode plane 1 (1Dxxx block) but the fonts are expecting the ASCII range. unicode-math implements math alphabets by switching mathcodes (rather than changing the math fam) so the simplest thing to do is use ...



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