Okay, after actually *looking* at the code definitions, I got a bit farther with Guy's test file. I might dabble with making a math bold out of what I have, but it seems to render okay with the vector "accents". I'm still not sure about the matching of the text height, but \showfontstrip definitely helps with that. My setting of Guy's sample, with Bitstream Charter, is at: http://homepage.mac.com/atl/tex/chironeu.pdf Cheers, adam Guy Worthington said this at Wed, 29 Jan 2003 19:51:01 +0800:

Adam Lindsay wrote:

I was wondering if anyone else was interested in the Euler math font. I was a bit frustrated in its incomplete coverage of certain symbols (e.g. delimiters, radicals), but then I discovered the Virtual Euler Math fonts/eulervm for LaTeX.

Sounds great.

Does anyone do enough math typesetting to want to test "zeuler" out? I've gotten good enough results this evening, but I don't have a lot of sophisticated formulae lying around to do a full test. Does anyone have some semi- demanding (non-AMS-territory) math for me to try?

Here's a script used to test the mathtimes fonts: (courtesy of YandY). I simply commented out the bits that were giving ConTeXt indigestion.

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