I need to get the regular \mathbb style (the resulting one only using \amsfonts) and the kpfonts' \mathfrak style using the package fourier.


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    Welcome to TeX SX! In my opinion, you shouldn't: they don't fit well together.
    – Bernard
    Sep 23, 2016 at 2:17

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You can; whether you should is a matter of opinion.


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  • When I use the MnSymbol package the command \mathcal{P} shows a nice P, but when I remove that package, \mathcal{P} shows a very ugly P (in my opinion) thanks to fourier. How can I get the normal P whitout MnSymbol using the \mathcal{P} command? Sep 27, 2016 at 6:16
  • @DiegoD.R.Rivera You should be aware that MnSymbol changes all math symbols. There's no ”normal“ P, so it's quite unclear what you want to achieve. In any case, it is a brand new question.
    – egreg
    Sep 27, 2016 at 7:17

You shouldn't and I wouldn't, but technically you could.


This is entirely untested since you didn't provide a minimal working example - or, indeed, any code at all - to work from. So you must be happy adapting it to your local requirements.

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