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When I’m using the Euler font for math, I notice that since Euler is upright, the font for math functions like sin, cos, and log is identical to variables. Is there a way to change the font for math function to be the same as in text mode?

Example:

\usetypescriptfile[euler]
\definetypeface[mainface][rm][serif][palatino]       [default]
\definetypeface[mainface][ss][sans] [helvetica]        [default] [rscale=auto]
\definetypeface[mainface][mm][math] [pagellaovereuler] [default] [rscale=auto]
\setupbodyfont[mainface,12pt]
\appendtoks \rm \to \everymathematics
\setupmathematics
  [lcgreek=normal, ucgreek=normal, integral=nolimits]

\starttext
\startformula
  f = \sin i\omega x
\stopformula
\stoptext

Render result:

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I would like it to be like

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I used \text{sin}\, there, but obviously is not a rigorous solution.

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This is fixed in today's beta (ver: 2015.05.09). The labels for \sin, \cos, etc., now use text serif font rather than math upright.

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  • Is it definitive? What if one wants upright math instead of text serif font?
    – Manuel
    May 9, 2015 at 14:38
  • It is indeed fixed. Thank you! Although I do have the same question as @Manuel’s.
    – MetroWind
    May 9, 2015 at 14:47

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