I am presenting a paper (not mine) in which almost all math symbols are in
\mathbf. I know I can put
\boldmath in the preamble but it does not typesets it as the regular
\mathbf does (upright).
So, is there a way to change the behavior of boldmath macro so that it typesets everything in
\mathbf (except, possibly, greek letters for which the behavior of
\boldmath is great).
And, if so, what command should I use when I want something in particular to be back to the usual non-bold italic font?
P.S. I also noticed the
\boldmath command changes all other symbols such as operators and logicals. I would like them to stay in their non-bold usual way. Maybe at this point it would be easier to just change math font, I just don't know how to do it.
Thank you in advance