I would like to use my selected sans serif font in place of my mathfs fonts. I know that there are so called mathversions which define different types of characters (letters, symbols, etc). I would be satisfied if I could set the basic Latin alphabetical math sans serif characters the same as my default text sans serif font. Is it possible, how?

  • If David Carlisle's answer does not solve the problem, please post a minimal working example (MWE) which shows the font configuration you are using. We do not even know if you are using (pdf)TeX or Lua/XeTeX or which font or in which encoding(s).
    – cfr
    May 13, 2014 at 23:08
  • His solution is working perfectly in my configuration (using pdflatex, Latin-1 encoding, and tex gyre fonts).
    – bcsikos
    May 14, 2014 at 9:30

1 Answer 1


\mathsf is defined by

\DeclareMathAlphabet      {\mathsf}{OT1}{cmss}{m}{n}

so you just need


with cmss replaced by the LaTeX font family name of the font you want.

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