[texhax] A question on ProText, if I may

William F. Adams wadams at atlis.com
Thu Sep 15 14:42:56 CEST 2005

On Sep 15, 2005, at 8:31 AM, William F. Adams wrote:

>> In regards to ProText, can we use this system with Postscript Type 1 
>> fonts, via ATM, to typeset math  using Postscript fonts that we 
>> already have, including Times and Century Schoolbook?
> To get Times (well URW's clone) use:
> \usepackage{mathptmx}
> in your document preamble. You can read up on this and similar 
> packages in the PSNFSS documentation which is included w/ ProText.
> There is no freely available math font setup for Century Schoolbook 
> AFAIK. I think there's a commercial one. What's your budget?

Do you have Agfa Math Technical Pi? Doesn't it have a Century 
Schoolbook set of math symbols?) I seem to recall there's an option in 
one of the MathTime setups to use them....

(who should not post until he's had his second cuppa of tea, and who is 
having a real hard time giving up his coffee)
William Adams, publishing specialist
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