[texhax] Using eurm10 font chart

Rodolfo Medina rodolfo.medina at gmail.com
Tue Jul 14 15:10:02 CEST 2009

Barbara Beeton <bnb at ams.org> writes:

>     I need some greek letters that I see in the file amsndoc.dvi (p.38 for
>     me), under the eurm10 family.
>     I use plain TeX.
>     I put:
>      \newfam\eurmfam
>      \font\teneurm=eurm10
>      \textfont\eurmfam=\teneurm
>      \def\bb{\fam\eurmfam\teneurm}
> you shouldn't actually need the extra \teneurm
> in \def\bb -- i suggest a definition modeled on
> \def\eufm (p.11 of amsfndoc):
>   \def\bb#1{{\fam\eurfam\relax#1}}
> that way it should also be usable for other
> sizes if you decide to extend your definitions
> to include \scriptfont et al.
> [...]
> i suggest redefining \varphi thus:
>   \def\varphi{\bb{\char"27}}

Hi, Barbara,

thanks for your help, but that does not work for me.  I had to define \varphi


, where `B' is \eurfam, my 11th family.


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