I'm using TikZ to re-design
\rightarrow for the Lucida Bright fonts, to better match
tikzcd arrows. How do I scale that mathrel for script- and scriptscript-styles (as well as have the scaling sensitive to enclosing
\tiny, etc., commands).
lucidasmallscale option of
lucimatx.sty), scaling is non-linear.
Originally I thought I should base the scaling factor upon the document class's font size option (or its default). And Phelype Oleinik;s answer showed how to obtain the document class's font size.
However, as David Carlisle pointed out, that approach is neither necessary or sufficient for achieving my actual aim.
Original question: For a document class being used, is there a way to determine through TeX or LaTeX code what the declared font size option is, or in the absence of a user-declared option, what the default font size is?
I want this font size just as an integer (
10, e.g.) and not as an actual dimension such as
In particular, is it possible to do this with the
memoir document classes?