[NTG-context] (Mathe)Problem with $\tilde x$ and $\bar x$

Adam Lindsay ntg-context@ntg.nl
Tue, 25 May 2004 23:00:00 +0100

Helmut Schwertner said this at Tue, 25 May 2004 20:24:58 +0200:

>the example further down works fine with the latex standard fonts and 
>e.g. eulervm, but not with fourier. Could somebody help me?

Hello, Helmut:

Try adding the following lines. They would normally go into math-fou.tex.

 \definemathsymbol [acute]    [accent] [mr] ["1]
 \definemathsymbol [grave]    [accent] [mr] ["0]
 \definemathsymbol [ddot]     [accent] [mr] ["4]
 \definemathsymbol [tilde]    [accent] [mr] ["3]
 \definemathsymbol [bar]      [accent] [mr] ["9]
 \definemathsymbol [breve]    [accent] [mr] ["8]
 \definemathsymbol [check]    [accent] [mr] ["7]
 \definemathsymbol [hat]      [accent] [mr] ["2]
 \definemathsymbol [dot]      [accent] [mr] ["A]
 \definemathsymbol [mathring] [accent] [mr] ["6]

% and for fun:
 \definemathsymbol [otheralpha]   [ord] [mi] ["0B]
 \definemathsymbol [otherbeta]    [ord] [mi] ["0C]
 \definemathsymbol [othergamma]   [ord] [mi] ["0D]
 \definemathsymbol [otherdelta]   [ord] [mi] ["0E]
 \definemathsymbol [otherepsilon] [ord] [mi] ["0F]
 \definemathsymbol [otherzeta]    [ord] [mi] ["10]

Hopefully, Hans can add these for the next release. :D

 Adam T. Lindsay                      atl@comp.lancs.ac.uk
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