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I am using MinionPro font but it conflicts with esint package. The compiler always complains:

LaTeX Error: Too many math alphabets used in version normal.

Therefore I am forced to use the integral minionint provided by the font .

\usepackage[footnotefigures, minionint]{MinionPro}  
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
%\usepackage{esint}  %
\usepackage{bm}   
\usepackage{ngerman}     % ngerman: "a "s "o "u 

So how to solve this issue by not using esint to achieve the same \iint \iiint integrals that the esint package produces.

Update:

As MininoPro will call Mnsymbol package by default, and Mnsymbol conflicts with amssymb package if esint been used. The solution is just commenting on amssymb.

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  • I do not have this problem just loading MinionPro and esint. Probably you load other math alphabets. What's your preamble? – Bernard Apr 23 '14 at 17:31
  • \usepackage{amsmath} and \usepackage{amssymb}, is the {amssymb} not necessary? – KOF Apr 23 '14 at 17:36
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    Not only unnecessary, but incompatible. From the MnSymbol documentation: The MnSymbol package is incompatible with the amssymb and amsfonts packages. It automatically loads the amsmath and textcomp packages. Actually, only 11 symbols from the AMS collection are not avalaible with MnSymbol, and most of them are taken from the text font. As far as I experienced, only \mapstochar, \lhook and \rhook are really missing. – Bernard Apr 23 '14 at 17:56
  • yeah. Without amssymb it does work. As you already mentioned, i think the symbols from MnSymbol are enough for a normal report. – KOF Apr 23 '14 at 18:18
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    Please, add also a full minimal example (for future readers). By the way, in my opinion, MnSymbol is not only enough, but also ugly :P – Manuel Apr 23 '14 at 19:12