I like to use the LaTeX fonts as well in text editors. Concerning this, some questions came into my mind:
- Is it true that I need so called OpenType fonts for that, which I could use like Times or Arial etc.?
- I do have, from my TeX distribution, fonts called "Latin Modern Roman" in various forms (slanted, italic, bold, ...). Do I have the right ones?
- Finally, I want to do some mathematical characters like
\hbarand so on. I found hbar which in italic looks similar to the one produced with LaTeX. But omega seems to be replaced by the Lucida font. Do I need an additional font for Greek Latex OpenType?
To be more precise, I would like to be able to use Word or Pages with the same font that Latex does, which is Computer Modern or Latin Modern, I am not quite sure. I do have the OpenType fonts of them, but when I compare
\hbar \omega from a compiled Latex document to what Pages gives me, it will yield the following (first the Latex, afterwards the Pages result):
Again, I want to be able to have the Latex result reproduced with Pages.