In Fourier, the non-sized slashes
\backslash are, in my opinion, too small and does not tilt enough compared to their sized version. For example, writing
a / b and
a \big/ b, we obtain something like below:
Perhaps it is not very easy to see just like this, but the first slash does not tilt as much as the second one.
I know that in
fourier.sty, we have
which explains why
/ behaves different compared to
\big/, as they point to different symbols (similar for
\backslash). Perhaps one could change this to
such that they point to the same symbol, and then in some way rescale and reposition it. Changing only this line, however, we get
where first and foremost the slash is at a very bad position, and secondly has the same size as
How can I make the non-sized slashes tilt as much as their sized versions, and make them slightly bigger than what they currently are? I still want to be able to simply write
a / b, but where the slashes are coherent to their sized versions.
Note: This seems to be very much related to this closed post. Hopefully this can be remained open, as I'm trying to work on a solution.