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Jun
13
awarded  Nice Question
May
5
accepted Remapping fonts in unicode-math has no effect on e.g. `\mscrC`
May
2
comment Remapping fonts in unicode-math has no effect on e.g. `\mscrC`
Hmmm, but the documentation seems to suggest that the remapping is on the level of character codes, rather than commands. In fact, when I tried to remap a Unicode range instead of \mathscr I had the same problem. But remapping \mscrC directly seems to work, thanks!
May
2
accepted Hyphenation of words with exotic characters
May
2
asked Remapping fonts in unicode-math has no effect on e.g. `\mscrC`
Apr
27
asked Hyphenation of words with exotic characters
Apr
21
accepted Left-middle-right delimiters and unicode-math
Apr
19
awarded  Commentator
Apr
19
comment Left-middle-right delimiters and unicode-math
Ah, interesting. Is there a way to force unicode-math to always use composited delimiters? That should solve the problem, I think...
Apr
18
asked Left-middle-right delimiters and unicode-math
Apr
17
awarded  Yearling
Mar
7
accepted Why does \widehat behave differently if I insert \hspace{0pt}?
Mar
6
asked Why does \widehat behave differently if I insert \hspace{0pt}?
Feb
4
comment BibTeX style that groups by author
@lockstep: Thanks for the code! However, there's a minor bug: if an entry doesn't have a date/year (for whatever reason), then no line break will be inserted. If I insert a \newline before each instance of \setunit{\authoryearpunct} instead of inserting a newline in \authoryearpunct itself things seem to work better.
Jan
18
asked Is there a way to use unicode-math in a limited fashion?
Jul
18
comment Using `mathbb` fonts from other packages
Thank you for your edit. However, this seems very cumbersome. Isn't there a way to do the reverse and use unicode-math only for, say, \mathbb, and mathspec for the rest?
Jun
27
comment Using `mathbb` fonts from other packages
The brackets (all types — round, square, curly, etc.) are generally too large (e.g. when enclosing symbols with ascenders or descenders) and spaced unusually compared to the typesetting of mathpazo. Some of the symbols are also particularly ugly, such as \vDash. \not\in is entirely broken, requiring the use of \notin instead. The command you suggested isn't what I meant — I want the default \mathcal font, not the Euler font. Thanks for the link, however.
Jun
27
comment Using `mathbb` fonts from other packages
The results are ugly (particularly all the brackets), and I would have to set the calligraphic range to something else since I want to use both rsfs-like and eucal-like symbols.
Jun
27
asked Using `mathbb` fonts from other packages
Apr
19
awarded  Scholar