[OS X TeX] meaning of Warning

Ross Moore ross at ics.mq.edu.au
Wed Apr 26 01:03:21 CEST 2006

Hello Haris,

On 26/04/2006, at 8:19 AM, Charilaos Skiadas wrote:

> On Apr 25, 2006, at 5:04 PM, Alex Hamann wrote:
>> when the warning refers to "line xy" is there another way than  
>> starting to count the lines in the output in order to understand  
>> where the problem could be found in the pdf (I am using TexShop)?
> The warnings refer to "input lines" number 21. So you should look  
> at line 21 in your input, not the output.

Yes, but this kind of warning:

>> LaTeX Font Warning: Encoding `OT1' has changed to `U' for symbol font
>> (Font)              `operators' in the math version `bold' on  
>> input line 21.

can be expected to occur at the very first math-environment, or $...$,
that occurs within the document, or the first time the math-version
'bold' is requested --- even if not actually used. Thus there may not be
anything obvious in the input source at that location.

Indeed, most likely is that the line is:
at which point the complete font-setup is checked.

Anyway this is really a XeTeX problem, so I've sent the previous
message in the thread to the mailing list  xetex at tug.org  .

The original poster should subscribe to that list, via:


> Haris

Hope this helps,


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