[texpoint-users] inline math mode - font problem
TexPoint
texpoint at necula.org
Tue Sep 29 22:20:53 PDT 2009
Hi,
I suspect that the problem is that you manually convert the result
of texifying to cmmi10 font. That font contains only the tex
mathematical symbols. Latex has a complex mechanism for choosing fonts
and in this case it would not choose cmmi10 for the symbols that are
missing.
I suspect that your goal is to get "x" and "2" to use the cmmi10 font,
so that it looks nicer. Unfortunaately, this is not easy to do in
inline mode. You can try to write \cmm{x} but you might find this
tedious. I have written it down as a feature request in a future
version to better support this usage.
George.
On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 10:16 PM, David Akers
<dakers at graphics.stanford.edu> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I'm a new user of the trial version of TexPoint (version 3.2.1) - with
> PowerPoint 2007.
>
> From what I can tell, the inline "math mode" (cmmi10) font included with
> TexPoint seems to be lacking certain mathematical symbols. As a consequence,
> if I type an equation like "(x^2 + 2) = 0," then Texify the equation and
> convert it to cmmi10 font, some of it looks great, but the parentheses and
> the + sign get mangled. (The equals sign, for example, looks like a forward
> slash.) I can work around the problem by manually alternating fonts (for
> example, using cmss10 for the parentheses and equals sign, and cmmi10 for
> the rest)... eventually I get something that looks reasonable, but this is
> quite tedious.
>
> I'm just trying to find an easy way to make inline equations that look
> decent. Can somebody tell me what I'm doing wrong? I suspect there might be
> an easy solution, although I have searched the archives and manual to no
> avail.
>
> Thanks!
>
> Dave
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