Hello,
I have been using the lucida fonts without problems for a long time. They work like a charm with mactex 2007 but moving to the 2008 version I've found that some math symbols are shuffled or simply do not appear in the pdf. For example, \midint compiles correctly but do not appear in the pdf result.
I have checked everything that I can imagine but cannot find a reason for this behaviour.
As example, the result that I get when i compile
\setupcolors[state=start]
\usetypescript[lucida][texnansi] \usetypescript[lucidabfm][texnansi] \usetypescript[lucidaboldmath][texnansi] \setupbodyfont[lucida,10pt] \starttext \showmathcharacters \stoptext
can be seen at
http://www.ugr.es/~alaminos/_Media/lucida-2008.pdf
Any ideas?
Thanks,
Jeronimo
------------------------------------- Jerónimo Alaminos Prats Dpto. Análisis Matemático Facultad de Ciencias Universidad de Granada Granada - 18071 alaminos@ugr.es
sorry i'm stealing your thread, but i'm thinking of buying the lucida fonts with maths, which version works with luatex and which one works with mkii, please provide a link for both.
Jerónimo Alaminos Prats wrote:
Hello,
I have been using the lucida fonts without problems for a long time. They work like a charm with mactex 2007 but moving to the 2008 version I've found that some math symbols are shuffled or simply do not appear in the pdf. For example, \midint compiles correctly but do not appear in the pdf result.
I have checked everything that I can imagine but cannot find a reason for this behaviour.
As example, the result that I get when i compile
\setupcolors[state=start]
\usetypescript[lucida][texnansi] \usetypescript[lucidabfm][texnansi] \usetypescript[lucidaboldmath][texnansi] \setupbodyfont[lucida,10pt] \starttext \showmathcharacters \stoptext
can be seen at
http://www.ugr.es/~alaminos/_Media/lucida-2008.pdf
Any ideas?
Thanks,
Jeronimo
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tug version will work in both mkiv and mkii. (I mean luatex 0.30.0) in the future I think we should suggest TUG to distribute opentype version of the font (including converting the math glyphs into opentype math table).
On Wed, Dec 24, 2008 at 5:56 AM, Mohamed Bana mbana.lists@googlemail.com wrote:
sorry i'm stealing your thread, but i'm thinking of buying the lucida fonts with maths, which version works with luatex and which one works with mkii, please provide a link for both.
Jerónimo Alaminos Prats wrote:
Hello,
I have been using the lucida fonts without problems for a long time. They work like a charm with mactex 2007 but moving to the 2008 version I've found that some math symbols are shuffled or simply do not appear in the pdf. For example, \midint compiles correctly but do not appear in the pdf result.
I have checked everything that I can imagine but cannot find a reason for this behaviour.
As example, the result that I get when i compile
\setupcolors[state=start]
\usetypescript[lucida][texnansi] \usetypescript[lucidabfm][texnansi] \usetypescript[lucidaboldmath][texnansi] \setupbodyfont[lucida,10pt] \starttext \showmathcharacters \stoptext
can be seen at
http://www.ugr.es/~alaminos/_Media/lucida-2008.pdf
Any ideas?
Thanks,
Jeronimo
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Am 23.12.2008 um 21:07 schrieb Jerónimo Alaminos Prats:
Hello,
I have been using the lucida fonts without problems for a long time. They work like a charm with mactex 2007 but moving to the 2008 version I've found that some math symbols are shuffled or simply do not appear in the pdf. For example, \midint compiles correctly but do not appear in the pdf result.
I have checked everything that I can imagine but cannot find a reason for this behaviour.
As example, the result that I get when i compile
\setupcolors[state=start]
\usetypescript[lucida][texnansi] \usetypescript[lucidabfm][texnansi] \usetypescript[lucidaboldmath][texnansi] \setupbodyfont[lucida,10pt] \starttext \showmathcharacters \stoptext
can be seen at
http://www.ugr.es/~alaminos/_Media/lucida-2008.pdf
Any ideas?
Send your log file.
Wolfgang
On Tue, 23 Dec 2008, Jerónimo Alaminos Prats wrote:
Hello,
I have been using the lucida fonts without problems for a long time. They work like a charm with mactex 2007 but moving to the 2008 version I've found that some math symbols are shuffled or simply do not appear in the pdf. For example, \midint compiles correctly but do not appear in the pdf result.
I have checked everything that I can imagine but cannot find a reason for this behaviour.
This is because the math encoding files have not been completely extended to mkiv yet. We are in the process of adding encoding information for all unicode math symbols. \midintop is not a unicode character, and we need to figure out how to represent non-unicode characters in the private areas of unicode table. I do not know if there is a temporary workaround to make this work.
Aditya
Well, he use pdftex to process the file.
On Wed, Dec 24, 2008 at 7:33 AM, Aditya Mahajan adityam@umich.edu wrote:
On Tue, 23 Dec 2008, Jerónimo Alaminos Prats wrote:
Hello,
I have been using the lucida fonts without problems for a long time. They work like a charm with mactex 2007 but moving to the 2008 version I've found that some math symbols are shuffled or simply do not appear in the pdf. For example, \midint compiles correctly but do not appear in the pdf result.
I have checked everything that I can imagine but cannot find a reason for this behaviour.
This is because the math encoding files have not been completely extended to mkiv yet. We are in the process of adding encoding information for all unicode math symbols. \midintop is not a unicode character, and we need to figure out how to represent non-unicode characters in the private areas of unicode table. I do not know if there is a temporary workaround to make this work.
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El 24/12/2008, a las 0:33, Aditya Mahajan escribió:
On Tue, 23 Dec 2008, Jerónimo Alaminos Prats wrote:
Hello,
I have been using the lucida fonts without problems for a long time. They work like a charm with mactex 2007 but moving to the 2008 version I've found that some math symbols are shuffled or simply do not appear in the pdf. For example, \midint compiles correctly but do not appear in the pdf result.
I have checked everything that I can imagine but cannot find a reason for this behaviour.
This is because the math encoding files have not been completely extended to mkiv yet. We are in the process of adding encoding information for all unicode math symbols. \midintop is not a unicode character, and we need to figure out how to represent non-unicode characters in the private areas of unicode table. I do not know if there is a temporary workaround to make this work.
I'm not using mkiv. It'sHere you have the log.
------------------------------------- Jerónimo Alaminos Prats Dpto. Análisis Matemático Facultad de Ciencias Universidad de Granada Granada - 18071 alaminos@ugr.es
Am 24.12.2008 um 09:40 schrieb Jerónimo Alaminos Prats:
El 24/12/2008, a las 0:33, Aditya Mahajan escribió:
On Tue, 23 Dec 2008, Jerónimo Alaminos Prats wrote:
Hello,
I have been using the lucida fonts without problems for a long time. They work like a charm with mactex 2007 but moving to the 2008 version I've found that some math symbols are shuffled or simply do not appear in the pdf. For example, \midint compiles correctly but do not appear in the pdf result.
I have checked everything that I can imagine but cannot find a reason for this behaviour.
This is because the math encoding files have not been completely extended to mkiv yet. We are in the process of adding encoding information for all unicode math symbols. \midintop is not a unicode character, and we need to figure out how to represent non- unicode characters in the private areas of unicode table. I do not know if there is a temporary workaround to make this work.
I'm not using mkiv. It'sHere you have the log.
Give me a few days, there is something wrong with the typescripts for math and ConTeXt use the wrong fonts to get the symbols.
Wolfgang
El 24/12/2008, a las 16:59, Wolfgang Schuster escribió:
Am 24.12.2008 um 09:40 schrieb Jerónimo Alaminos Prats:
El 24/12/2008, a las 0:33, Aditya Mahajan escribió:
On Tue, 23 Dec 2008, Jerónimo Alaminos Prats wrote:
Hello,
I have been using the lucida fonts without problems for a long time. They work like a charm with mactex 2007 but moving to the 2008 version I've found that some math symbols are shuffled or simply do not appear in the pdf. For example, \midint compiles correctly but do not appear in the pdf result.
I have checked everything that I can imagine but cannot find a reason for this behaviour.
This is because the math encoding files have not been completely extended to mkiv yet. We are in the process of adding encoding information for all unicode math symbols. \midintop is not a unicode character, and we need to figure out how to represent non- unicode characters in the private areas of unicode table. I do not know if there is a temporary workaround to make this work.
I'm not using mkiv. It'sHere you have the log.
Give me a few days, there is something wrong with the typescripts for math and ConTeXt use the wrong fonts to get the symbols.
Thank for the interest. In the meanwhile I've made some advances with my problem. The output of \showmathcharacters is ok if I add \usemathcollection[lbr] but even with this there are fonts that do no get loaded. For example
\usetypescript[lucida][texnansi] \usetypescript[lucidabfm][texnansi] \usetypescript[lucidaboldmath][texnansi] \setupbodyfont[lucida,12pt] \usemathcollection[lbr]
\starttext $\midint$ \stoptext
compiles ok but the midint is missing and the font lbme is not loaded. You can see the log at
http://www.ugr.es/local/alaminos/_Media/midint.log
Strange enough, i can produce the symbol by showing the whole font but, even in this case i do not obtain any result from $\midint$. The log and the result of compiling
\usemodule[fnt-01] \usetypescript[lucida][texnansi] \usetypescript[lucidabfm][texnansi] \usetypescript[lucidaboldmath][texnansi] \setupbodyfont[lucida,10pt] \usemathcollection[lbr]
\starttext $\midint$ \ShowFont[LucidaNewMath-Extension][lbme] \stoptext
is this
http://www.ugr.es/local/alaminos/_Media/texnansi-bh-lucida.pdf
http://www.ugr.es/local/alaminos/_Media/texnansi-bh-lucida.log
Can any of you reproduce this behaviour with mactex 2008? Any ideas? Thank you, Jeronimo.
------------------------------------- Jerónimo Alaminos Prats Dpto. Análisis Matemático Facultad de Ciencias Universidad de Granada Granada - 18071 alaminos@ugr.es
Solved. \enablemathcollection[lbr] does the trick. Thanks to everybody.
------------------------------------- Jerónimo Alaminos Prats Dpto. Análisis Matemático Facultad de Ciencias Universidad de Granada Granada - 18071 alaminos@ugr.es
El 24/12/2008, a las 0:33, Aditya Mahajan escribió:
On Tue, 23 Dec 2008, Jerónimo Alaminos Prats wrote:
Hello,
I have been using the lucida fonts without problems for a long time. They work like a charm with mactex 2007 but moving to the 2008 version I've found that some math symbols are shuffled or simply do not appear in the pdf. For example, \midint compiles correctly but do not appear in the pdf result.
I have checked everything that I can imagine but cannot find a reason for this behaviour.
This is because the math encoding files have not been completely extended to mkiv yet. We are in the process of adding encoding information for all unicode math symbols. \midintop is not a unicode character, and we need to figure out how to represent non-unicode characters in the private areas of unicode table. I do not know if there is a temporary workaround to make this work.
I'm using context mkii not mkiv. Here you can find the log
http://www.ugr.es/~alaminos/_Media/lucida-2008.log
Sorry if the message with the log appears twice. It seems that the log file it's too large for an attachment to the list. Thank you.
------------------------------------- Jerónimo Alaminos Prats Dpto. Análisis Matemático Facultad de Ciencias Universidad de Granada Granada - 18071 alaminos@ugr.es