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Problem with siunitx and T1 fontenc

I'm having a slight problem with siunitx and fontencwith T1 encoding (I write a lot in Swedish and most people suggest that I should use T1). When I compile to PDF with \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} the ...
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.pdf font rendering

My friend and I are working on the same subject and I asked her to see her work. I noticed that her pdf rendering (if it's really that) is a lot different than mine even though we use the same "...
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The text in pdf is not smooth [duplicate]

I am using TeXstudio to edit Latex and create pdf files. The text is not smooth in the pdf files created by TeXstudio in my computer. When I zoom in, it will be But if I use my friend's computer to ...
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Computer Modern in XeLaTeX

I love XeLaTeX for things like $a≠b$ ⇔ $ a⊧a↑Ω$ All days before I used DejaVu fonts and Asana-Math for unicode-math. But today I have to get visual compability with LaTeX. So I installed Computer ...
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Why do some fonts used by siunitx and textcomp look rasterized?

For example, the mu in \SI{1.55}{\micro\metre} looks really bad for some reason. For textcomp, \textmu looks the same.
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Vector fonts with UTF-8 support?

In fact the situation I find myself in is a bit more complicated than the question might suggest. I need to typeset a document with various accented characters and would like some hyphenation support ...
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How to use Greek letters (in a presentation)

I would like to include the following line from Wikipedia in a presentation: στεγανός steganós ‚bedeckt‘ und γράφειν gráphein ‚schreiben‘ But I am unable to convince pdflatex to include the greek ...
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LuaLaTeX: Replace character "ß" in CMU fonts

The glyph for the character "ß" differs considerably between Latin Modern and the CMU fonts (CMU Serif, CMU Sans Serif etc., which use the same glyphs for ß as cm-super; see this answer): I much ...
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Distortions caused by LaTeX?

First of all, here is a code to compile : \documentclass[11pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} \usepackage{palatino} % for font \usepackage{fancyhdr} % for header+footers \usepackage{...
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Why aren't there well-hinted Type1 Computer Modern fonts supporting the T1 encoding yet?

Given the popularity of PDF, the pain that is OT1, and the bad on-screen rendering of bitmapped fonts in Adobe's software, I would have expected that someone would have undertaken conversion/extension ...
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Any way to strengthen font weight/darkness/heaviness?

I use TeTeX with fairly basic packages: \usepackage [koi8-r] {inputenc} \usepackage [russian] {babel} \usepackage {cmap} \usepackage {amssymb} \usepackage {verbatim} \usepackage {titlesec} \...
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Pixelated PDF output [duplicate]

The PDF output of my LyX documents is rather pixelated as can be seen on the image. Does anyone know how to fix this? This is pdfTeX, Version 3.14159265-2.6-1.40.15 (MiKTeX 2.9) (preloaded format=...
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Bold Version of CMU Serif Roman / Latin Modern Roman Regular

My current LaTeX document uses the following font for headings, which is either "CMU Serif Bold" by default or "Latin Modern Roman Bold" (the updated version of the CMU font) if you use \usepackage{...
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Consecutive commas with ae package

How do I output two (or more) consecutive commas inside \texttt{} ? ,, displays a black square, \,\, displays nothing, \verb{,,} display three consecutive commas (what the heck!), \verb{\,\,} ...
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How to set Computer Modern as the font in ConTeXt?

I watched a video interview in which Donald Knuth complained about the changes made to Computer Modern in the Latin Modern font. ConTeXt appears to use Latin Modern instead of Computer Modern, as the ...
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