[texhax] Protext -- fonts in math mode
William F. Adams
wadams at atlis.com
Thu Sep 15 19:34:19 CEST 2005
On Sep 15, 2005, at 10:36 AM, Cheryl Hufnagle wrote:
> A project I am doing requires New Century School Book (CSB) to be the
> font. I was thrilled to see the wide variety of fonts available
> through Protext. However, when using this package for my document,
> only the text portion prints in CSB; anything in "math mode" is still
> in Computer Modern.
> Please tell me there is a way to obtain getting CSB to be the "math
> font" for this document -- without having to type everything in
> \mbox's. If there is no easy solution for this font issue, can you
> please recommend a different TeX package that will allow me to access
> this font easily in math mode?
There's a font called ``Millenial'' in the works for this, but no word
on when it'll be done.
Here's a quick hack showing how to get as far as one reasonably can
given the limited character set of a text font:
and here's a post discussing these limitations in more detail:
Here's a wonderfully informative article from TUGboat:
which'll also help you understand the issues.
William Adams, publishing specialist
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