# Greek sans serif math

Is it possible to use unicode-math to fake sans serif Greek math letters? I use \symsfit{x}(f) for the Fourier transform of x(t). I would like it to work for Greek function variables too. Can I, for example, use one standard font and let Greek sans serif letters, eg \symsfit{\phi}, be set in a different font, so that it can be told apart from its transform \phi?

• There is only bold sans-serif greek in Unicode. I have no idea why. You can access it via \symbfsfit{\phi}. – Henri Menke Jul 28 '16 at 18:13
• @HenriMenke That works but is not the prettiest solution, the bold font can be too heavy. – MunHo Jul 28 '16 at 18:58