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Wider accent with lmodern

I'd like to create wider accents which are visible. The accepted answer to this question is the ideal solution; it uses the accents package. My problem appears if I use this solution with the Latin ...
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Attempting to restore a different version (?) of Computer Modern

I am compiling a document on a different machine. Despite my best efforts, the fonts show differences and therefore the compiled documents don't turn out identically: First document: Second document: ...
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Writing μ (mu) in the text mode using Latin Modern Roman font

Is there a way to write the literal μ character using the Latin Modern Roman font or another font with the same font aesthetics/characteristics? The following gets me this error {C:/Users/Diaa/...
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Insert barless f (ſ) into document? [closed]

I am looking to use the barless f as shown in the title, but the only option seems to be this (ſ) which still retains half of the bar. Are there any solutions to this or relevant packages that I can ...
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How to redefine the \partial command to adjust the kerning (as suggested by Michael Spivak)?

Michael Spivak talked about this issue in his Math Font Quiz: (Original article: https://tug.org/pracjourn/2006-3/distract/mathquizAnswers.pdf) In Latin Modern (and in Computer Modern Unicode as ...
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How to make ≝ and „equivalent to by definition“ similar?

We continue How to get two versions of the same math Unicode symbol from different fonts with XeLaTeX or LuLaTeX?, where we found out how to get ≝ in which “=” has roughly the same width as “def” ...
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Which latin modern font size should I use in PowerPoint in combination with IguanaTex?

I am a total beginner when it comes to typesetting and I am confused by the following 7 numbers: There are 2 numbers for normal PowerPoint text: In Microsoft Windows I can install Latin modern fonts ...
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Why à becomes ŕ in luatex with latin modern?

Running luatex (not lualatex) on a file with the following content: \font\lmrten=cs-lmr10 \lmrten à \bye outputs a PDF file containing a 'ŕ', not a 'à'. Why? And hox to fix it?
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Why are text Greek glyphs different from mathematical Greek in Computer Modern?

Why are text Greek glyphs different from mathematical Greek in New Computer Modern, Latin Modern and Computer Modern fonts? The New CM comes with its own text Greek glyphs while for text Greek ...
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Latin Modern under T1 encoding, "lighttt" setting, and "lmtt/m/sl" in place for italic: Error at apostrophe "\textquotesingle"

The MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[lighttt]{lmodern} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \ttfamily \DeclareFontFamily{T1}{lmtt}{} \DeclareFontShape{T1}{lmtt}{m}{it}{ <-> ssub * lmtt/m/sl }{} ...
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No U+2003 in Latin Modern Roman 12 Regular

I am using the OTF variant of the Latin Modern Fonts on my system (Linux Ubuntu) with XeLaTex. http://www.gust.org.pl/projects/e-foundry/latin-modern I cannot set an Em Space : https://www.compart.com/...
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Latin Modern Math doesn't have a bold font, but does have glyphs for Unicode block Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols. Can \boldmath output them?

It is known that Latin Modern Math does not have a standalone bold font. If you load Latin Modern Math with package unicode-math, and try to use \boldmath, the fontshape with be substituted with the ...
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Strange position of unicode square root glyph (U+221A) in Latin Modern Math

Why is the square root glyph (U+221A) positioned so strangely in Latin Modern Math? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{unicode-math} \begin{document} \setmathfont{XITS Math} \(2 \sqrt{2} √2\) \qquad \...
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How to use Latin Modern Mono slanted instead of italics in XeLaTeX

I'd like to use Latin Modern Mono Slanted instead of Latin Modern Mono Italic, for typesetting code comments in a float environment. The first one is the default italic font (used for code comments), ...
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How to use Latin Modern for text and Latin Modern Math for math

How do I switch from the default Computer Modern for text and math to Latin Modern for text and Latin Modern Math for math? In the preamble I put \usepackage{lmodern} to switch to Latin Modern for ...
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METAFONT bitmap latin glyphs

I'm building a font format that integrates multiple point size bitmap glyphs. On eInk monochrome displays, bitmap fonts are still the best way to get reasonably good characters. I've been able to use ...
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Font shape `TU/LatinModernMath(1)/b/n' undefined(Font) using `TU/LatinModernMath(1)/m/n' instead

In the following, the row command row{1} = {font=\boldmath\bfseries} gets me this error Font shape TU/LatinModernMath(1)/b/n' undefined(Font) using TU/LatinModernMath(1)/m/n' instead so, how can I ...
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\circ with unicode-math

I'm using unicode-math like so in my preamble: \usepackage{unicode-math} \setmathfont{Latin Modern Math} Compiling with XeLaTeX, for $g \circ f$, I get this: But this is different as what I get just ...
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Bold greek letters using alphabeta and cfr-lm

I am using the alphabeta package in order to get upright greek letters in text mode. I also want to use bold and sans serif upright greek letters in text mode. This works well with computer modern and ...
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Why does the Greek lowercase o look disproportionately bold?

I'm using unicode-math and I've decided I really like the Latin Modern Math Greek letters better than those from other fonts. Unless it's an illusion, the omicron (o) always seems to look ...
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Fontspec mathbb fonts changed even though latin modern math font is used

\documentclass[a4paper, 12pt]{article} \usepackage{amsfonts, amssymb, amsmath, amsthm} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont{Latin Modern Roman}[FakeBold=2] \usepackage{unicode-math} \setmathfont{...
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Specifying kerning for math fonts

I'd like to manually fix some longstanding spacing issues between certain pairs of capital letters in Latin Modern Math, such as UF and YX. Because these pairs represent actual products, I'd rather ...
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Rmarkdown, plot title font as latin modern

I have an knitr document with single plot. I want to use the original fonts of R in the plot except the axis labels which should come from latin modern. I can use latin modern for all the fonts in the ...
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Why Latin Modern Mono boldface series doesn't look like a bold?

Here is MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lmodern} % \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{bold-extra} \begin{document} \noindent \ttfamily\footnotesize % small size is set intentionally ...
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Is it possible to substitute the default 'Latin Modern' fonts family with another font family?

I'm using xelatex and I'd like to use Cyrillic glyphs in math formulas just like ordinary glyphs. With the following code I have blanks instead of Cyrilli glyphs in the formula in the resulting PDF: \...
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Itemize bullets are squared when using sans serif Latin Modern

I noticed that if you use the Latin modern font, loading it with the appropriate package and you set the default family to sans-serif, the bullets of the itemize environment are squared rather than ...
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Combining slantsc and cfr-lm package

I am interest in italic and slanted small caps. I found that slanted small caps are easily done with slantsc package, while italic small caps are provided by cfr-lm package. Unfortunately, I think ...
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`Latin Modern Roman` as main font in xelatex project

I want to use Latin Modern font in my xelatex project. While compiling, xelatex reports: ! Package fontspec Error: The font "Latin Modern Roman" cannot be found. The font comes with TeX Live ...
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Why is Latin Modern the default font with xelatex and lualatex?

For xelatex and lualatex the default font family is Latin Modern. The font does not cover a wide range of Unicode. Why not extend the font characters to cover other languages' script? or define a ...
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Equivalent of amssymb \square and \Diamond in Latin Modern Math?

PROBLEM Using amssymb, I get \square and \Diamond as follows: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amssymb} \begin{document} BLAH $\square$ $\Diamond$ BLAH \end{document} How do I get the same (...
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Getting started on making a new glyph

I would like to take the glyph for zero (0) from latin modern, and modify it in some way and then be able to use it as a new glyph in my LaTeX document. I.e.; it's not a new glyph for zero, it's just ...
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Best way of using the full range of full fonts/styles/faces for Latin Modern Roman?

The following is what I've put together as a way of making sure the full(est) range of fonts/styles are available when using Latin Modern as the mainfont using fontspec, including bold smallcaps, ...
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How to compile thicker OTF version of Latin Modern fonts?

Computer Modern fonts, when printed from a pdf generated by pdflatex, tend to produce rather thin lines. The way to solve that problem has been described here through the use of the blacker parameter. ...
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Understanding cryptic latex errors: font shape undefined

I have a couple of errors in my log about LatinModernMath fonts. LaTeX Font Warning: Font shape `TU/LatinModernMath(1)/bx/n' undefined (Font) using `TU/LatinModernMath(1)/m/n' instead on ...
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Everything is CMR – except the LMR chapter headings in ToC

I am using the following code: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{report} \usepackage[british]{babel} \usepackage[T3,T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[activate={true,nocompatibility},...
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Undefined font shape with lualatex

I know that this is a quite common question, but looking for many threads about undefined font shape I didn't find any solution... When I compile my document with lualatex I get 5 different warnings ...
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Why is the Latin script in LM Math derived from Euler rather than cmsy?

Recently, I noticed that the script alphabet in the OpenType version of Latin Modern Math (henceforth referred to as LM Math) does not match the one of Computer Modern (also known as \mathcal). The ...
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Ugly alignment (size of square root symbol) with Latin Modern at 12pt

Consider the code \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{lmodern} \begin{document} \[ \sqrt{\frac{m}{n}} \] \end{document} The output is a ...
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How can I redefine the minus sign to be of the same width as plus?

The situation In the standard Computer Modern (and also in Latin Modern) the math-mode minus and plus symbols are, in some font sizes, not of the same width. This causes slight misalignments in ...
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placement of dot-below accent using LuaLaTeX: significant variations depending on text font

There seem to be significant differences in the horizontal alignment of the "dot-under" accent depending on whether pdfLaTeX, XeLaTeX, or LuaLaTeX is in use. (I use MacTeX2016, which (still) uses ...
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latin modern math italic font

I'm trying to use exactly the same fonts for other software as when using the lmodern package in latex. All seems to work fine after having downloaded the latin modern fonts, as well as the latin ...
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Parenthesized roman numerals in Latin Modern

I've been using lowercase roman numerals in parentheses to number certain things, and noticed that when I switched to Latin Modern, they looked rather different. LM has a larger dot over the italic i, ...
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lm fonts not found by LuaLaTex [duplicate]

When I try to compile a document using LuaLaTex, like in the following MWE, I obtain errors indicating me that Latin Modern fonts are not found. It is strange since I use only the most basic setup ...
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XeLaTeX and fontspec

I'm askin a very simple question. I'm using XeLaTeX on Linux, and it's working perfectly. I know that Latin Modern Roman is the default font used by \usepackage{fontspec}. However I would like to know ...
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Inconsistent size of parentheses in Latin Modern and Computer Modern

I have noticed that the sizes of delimiters change when I switch from Computer Modern to Latin Modern. In 12pt font size documents, this causes inline math with \bigl( to be too large to fit, and ...
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Russian babel, lmodern, and sans-serif font

If I have three things in my file that apparently conflict with each other. \usepackage[russian]{babel} \usepackage{lmodern} \sffamily in the body of the document. As a result, I don't get a sans-...
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Latin Modern Math and `\setminus` [duplicate]

Consider the following MWE, typeset by lualatex from TeX Live 2016: \documentclass[paper=A4, parskip=half]{scrartcl} % % Packages % % Fonts \usepackage{fontspec} % Languages \usepackage{...
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CM Concrete with Latin Modern bold in LuaLaTeX/XeLaTeX?

With LuaLaTeX or XeLaTeX, how do I use Concrete (or any other font family that already has a bold) as main font but use Latin Modern bold as bold? This doesn’t work: \usepackage{fontspec} \...
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LuaLaTeX changes font smoothing with polyglossia or fontspec (and math looks weird) [closed]

I’m using LuaLaTeX to typeset some mathematical documents in Polish. I use the lmodern font family, along with polyglossia and fontspec to get diacritical characters. However, whenever I add \...
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Disable all ligature patterns in selnolig for ligatures not in latin modern

I would like to disable all patterns of the selnolig package which matches ligatures that are not available in latin modern. Am I correct that latin modern only has ligatures for: ff, fi, fl, ffi, and ...
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