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Questions tagged [math-fonts]

This tag covers fonts used in math-mode, ranging from changing the font to redefining commands like \mathrm or \mathsf. When asking about conflicts between a specific font package and a symbol please also tag your question with the font package.

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Why are glyphs in new font not aligned to the baseline?

I am experimenting with font generation, first using FontForge and then FontLab 8. This problem persists in both applications, although I am now not persuaded it is the fault of either. I have ...
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Math Command Different Font

for a homework template, I want to use Arial as the main font, for the header, footer, and just normal text. For math mode, I want to use the default font, for commands with "\" I want to ...
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Text in math environment in algorithm2e has different typography when placed inside a for loop

The following MWE: % Created 2016-07-04 Mon 15:02 \documentclass[a4paper, 12pt]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{mathtools, nccmath} \usepackage[...
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pdftex: uncopyable math symbols, \pdfglyphtounicode doesn't help

With TeX Live 2021 and pdftex, this MWE renders correctly but I cannot copy the ≪ sign out of the PDF. \pdfminorversion=7 \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{lmodern} \...
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Definition of \sum -- how does the size selection work

When writing \[\sum\], a larger summation sign is used than when writing \(\sum\). How does the \sum command find out which size to use? What does \sum expand to? I am guessing it is just a shorthand ...
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Nicer \sqrt with urw-garamond

The \sqrt in the urw-garamond (mathdesign) package becomes upright at very little, like in the example image. I don't suppose this behaviour can be changed? Is it possible to replace the \sqrt ...
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Summation Sign Font [duplicate]

I noticed that the lecturer used a different sum sign in his notes but the general font seems to be the standard font to me. How can I use such a summation sign?
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How to define a math symbol from a custom font e.g. integral, respecting displaystyle

Basically i defined a few custom glyphs i really want to be able to use by making a font. They are symbols that should be typset exactly the way the integral is typeset in computer modern (but look ...
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Get siunitx output in bold when using Cambria Math font

When trying to get units in bold using the siunitx package \textbf{\unit{\kg,\um, \mJ}}, I get the warning LaTeX Font Warning: Font shape `TU/CambriaMath(5)/b/n' undefined LaTeX Font Warning: Some ...
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Possible to dot your Is with hearts?

I was wondering if it is possible to replace just the mathmode i from the default latex font with nearly the same letter, but where the dot on the i is a small heart. For example: Thank you!
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widetilde and widehat differences between xelatex and lualatex

A user of NewCM noted that xelatex and lualatex produce different results on the same simple tex code (and not only NewCM). The code \documentclass{article} \usepackage[regular]{newcomputermodern} \...
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Size of the Integral Sign in TeX Gyre Math Font and Conflict with \boldsymbol

I'm using luatex with the font TeX Gyre Terms Math. I followed one of the procedures in this post to get the integral signs to be large, as the standard size is way too small. Curiously, though, it ...
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Layout and fonts of Berger and Gostiaux book in contemporary (La)TeX

I would like to reproduce the old-style TeX layout of some Springer books from the 80s and 90s, like this one: As far as I understand, TeX fonts have been replaced in later years (see for instance $\...
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Which math font is used in this document?

I would like to know if it was possible to know the math font used on this document for the mathematical rendering : http://bourrigan.fr/data/td03-ensembles-applications-indications.pdf For the ...
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Can I use delimiter for brackets of a non-math font in math mode?

MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsthm, amsmath} \usepackage{unicode-math} \setmathfont[,Scale=1,FakeStretch=1,FakeBold=0]{NewCMMath-Book.otf} \setmathfont[range={"0028, "0029},...
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Scale up math font when using eulervm package

Is there a way to scale up (or down) the math fonts while using eulervm package with respect to the text font?
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Erewhon fonts and mathfrak symbols

I'm trying to get the erewhon font to work, but I miss some specific mathfrak fonts when using it. For example, \mathfrak{h} only displays a regular h instead, while \mathfrak{g} works. The example ...
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Reproducing old math font

Is there by chance a math font resembling the sample equations in these trimmed images?
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Does a cursive script math font exist for uppercase Greek letters?

In LaTeX within Overleaf (Tex Live version 2022), I am using primarily \mathrsfso{} (in KaTeX I use \mathscr) to get a cursive script uppercase letter math font. These are often used in mathematics ...
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Bold and non bold f are different characters in math

In an equation I want to write force vector with boldface f and its components in normal font. The result of this code \begin{equation} \mathbf{f} \neq f \end{equation} is unacceptable: Any ...
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Change styles in EB Garamond Math

I would like to use the EB Garamond font in a math document. However, several math symbols don't appear as I would like to. The main problem is the letter f in math mode, which doesn't look as I would ...
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Use \partial symbol in Stix2 Font

I would like to use the \partial symbol in the Stix2 font. In the rest of my document, I use EB Garamond for both text and math, but I don't like the appearance of the \partial symbol in Garamond. I ...
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What is the font of this J? [duplicate]

What is the font of this J here ?
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Font-weight of scaled square bracket delimiters in Beamer

In my beamer documents, the square bracket delimiters have a visibly more heavy vertical line when unscaled compared to their scaled versions, where the vertical line is thinner. Other delimiters are ...
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How to use a custom font for \mathfrak?

I am playing around with different math fonts, and currently I am using: \usepackage[amsthm, libertine, varbb]{newtxmath} which gives me some nice fonts for math, \mathcal, \mathbb and \mathscr. The ...
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How do I change solely the latin math alphabet?

I am using the Eb Garamond font in a Beamer presentation, but I want to switch the math font to regular Computer Modern (the numerals in Garamond are sometimes strange). In the past, I have used a ...
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Custom math mode font

I created a custom font Computer Modern Roman Blackboard Bold, similar to the Computer Modern Roman - italic as the following image: As you can imagine, I want to implement this font in math-mode ...
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What is the "default font family" analogue of `\mathbf`, `\mathit`, `\mathrm`, etc.?

I was recently editing a MO post in which a user wanted to name a property depending on a real parameter $c$. The name was originally typeset as $\bf (P_c)$, but, of course, this puts the $c$, as ...
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Confusing scoping of bolding in beamer

I'm not sure if I've happened on a bug or am merely misunderstanding how some font commands in latex ought to behave. The following is a heavily minimized example that produces a bolded "tt" ...
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Greek typewriter characters with \symtt (or \mathtt)

I want to have Greek typewriter characters in math mode, using unicode-math. I use a font having Greek characters: \setmonofont{NewCMMono10}[ Extension = .otf, UprightFont = *...
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How to use CMU Bright as math font?

I was using cmbright for my thesis, but it had some problems with characters like "é", "ã" and "ł". So I changed the main font to Roboto Light, but I still want to use ...
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Typewriter font for Math Mode

Does there exist a package that gives typewriter text both in regular and math mode, with italicization in math mode, typewriter greek letters (e.g. \alpha) and symbols? I know you could do $\mathtt{...
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Want to change just the letter v in mathprint

With the font packages I am using there is only one letter that looks bad to me in mathprint. It's the letter $v$. What I want is to type just $v$ and have the italicized text version of "v" ...
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Use newtx only to have its scribe letters in mathmode

I would like to use newtx onl to have its scribe letters in mathmode and "double letters" like for real numbers but in minuscule version. Default LaTeX font (CMU) should be preserved. ...
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mathpalette-version for fontstyle instead of fontsize

The link the-mysteries-of-mathpalette gives a nice overview of the mathpalette command. My question is pseudo-related. Is there a version of mathpalette where instead of "preserving the font size&...
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importing \Delta from mathdesign charter font

Apologies for being a novice to the whole "selectively import symbols from other fonts" thing. I'm trying to redefine \Delta so that it is the \Delta from the charter font from the ...
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What fonts are used in this paper? [duplicate]

I'm looking for both the text font and the math font used in this paper. I'm posting a screenshot below. What fonts are they and where can I get them to use in LaTeX?
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ccfonts + standard math mode

I would like to know if it is possible to use the Concrete font together with the standard LaTeX mathematical font. If it is possible, could someone please tell me how to do this? My thanks in advance!...
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\mathfrak didn't show correctly. (e.g., \mathfrak{0} in the tex file shows \mathfrak{5} in the generated pdf) [closed]

Here is the text in the .tex file: by learning multiple functions $\{f_\rho^{\mathfrak{0}}, f_\rho^{\mathfrak{1}}, \cdots, f_\rho^{\mathfrak{K}} \}$ Here is the strange output in the pdf file: Here ...
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Weird caligraphy in Mathbb fonts

I would like to include a chalkboard alphabet font. However, when I do that the fonts look very tacky, I would like something more stylish. See pictures for reference: This is what I have: This is ...
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How do I get bold math with Linux Libertine in combination with ETbb (PdfLaTeX)?

The ETbb documentation suggests using libertine as the math companion for ETbb and lists the following preamble as an example. I, however, can't get the bold non-italicized math symbols with this ...
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OpenType math font with similar script letters as computer modern [duplicate]

I'm trying to replicate a specific script 'X' that I'm seeing in a textbook: This lines up pretty well with the computer modern script X: But I'm using the unicode-math package, and the script ...
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"+" and "-" not aligned in tikz in multiple math fonts

\documentclass{article} \usepackage{newtxmath} \usepackage{tikz} \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture} \draw[help lines] (-1,-1) grid (2,2); \draw (0,0) node[left] {$+$}; \draw (0,0) node[...
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Arial font, and non-scalable mathcal fonts

I have to use the Arial font and I do that as follows (Helvetica is close to Arial): \renewcommand{\rmdefault}{phv} % Helvetica \renewcommand{\sfdefault}{phv} % Helvetica The other solution I have ...
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What font is it that was used in this document?

I was wondering if anyone knows the name of the font used in screenshot below? Thanks in advance!
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Automatically set command for each capital letter in `\mathsf`, `\mathbb`, and `\mathcal` [duplicate]

I typically create new commands for every capital letter in \mathsf, \mathbb, and \mathcal. # Sans-serif capital letters \newcommand{\Asf}{\mathsf{A}} \newcommand{\Bsf}{\mathsf{B}} . . . \newcommand}{\...
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Use same font in text and math operators sin, cos, log etc

I am making my presentation in beamer and want to use a sans font for text and mathpazo font for math. I would like, though, that operator names are by default set in the same sans font as my text, ...
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Simplify code for a < sign in Metafont

As I am a beginner in Metafont, I am still not sure if my code is efficient. I would like to replace the Computer Modern's less than sign by a new one, which has rounded corners. I found 2 ways: The ...
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How to use the (restrained) "CM calligraphic, cmsy" font?

How to use the (restrained) "CM calligraphic, cmsy", mentioned in "What are all the font styles I can use in math mode?"? Can you provide a minimum working example please?
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Math Fonts for Cochineal package

I like to use the cochineal font for my document, however for this font I understand there are no corresponding mathematical fonts. So I am asking if anyone knows of any font similar to cochineal that ...
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