I would like to get the old 'in' (
\in) symbol in
LaTeX. You know, the symbol which is (very similar or equal to) the upright varepsilon. So I think to use in fact the upright greek letter epsilon. For that I need such a character. It is provided for example in the package
upgreek, but, if ti was possible, I would like to import only the
upvarepsilon glyph intead of using all the package. Whast would be the code for that?
And, there is a better way to get the old in symbol?
I know Importing a Single Symbol From a Different Font, but I don't know how to use it to import the
upright epsilon. I have also read the
upgreek has only 4 pages, so it doesn't explain too much about fonts and options.
Finally, I have tried to copy the definition line of the
\upvarepsilon in my preamble, but it doesn't work, logically.
Anyway, here is the symbol I wan:
PD: There are many questions about importing dingle elements from other
packages and their hasn't been marked as duplicate.