I am getting various warnings because of St. Mary Rd. fonts (stmaryrd) which I get around using tricks like this and anyfontsize.

Is there a good replacement for St. Mary Rd. (like Latin Modern fonts in place of Computer Modern fonts) that I can use with pdfLaTeX?

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  • Can you show these warnings with a MWE? – egreg Jul 8 '13 at 9:27
  • @egreg, If you want an example see the linked post. In any case, I am not asking here how to get rid of those warnings, I know how to do that. I want to know if there is a good more modern replacement for stmaryrd. – Kaveh Jul 8 '13 at 9:47
  • There's no bold stmaryrd. For "replacement", one should know what symbols precisely you need. – egreg Jul 8 '13 at 9:51
  • @egreg, I know, I got around that and other warnings. As I wrote I am not trying to resolve any warning right now, I don't have an unsolved warning issue. I just want to know about good more modern replacements for the package. – Kaveh Jul 8 '13 at 10:35
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    @egreg, I used the cheat suggested in the other question, and right now I am not looking for any particular symbol. The question is not just out of curiosity. In general stmarysd causes too many issues for me and each time I spend considerable time trying to solve them. I am looking for a more permanent solution to these troubles by using a more robust package in place stmaryrd which provides similar symbols. In short, I am looking for a long term solution to my problems with this package, not a fix to some particular issue. – Kaveh Jul 8 '13 at 11:20