[NTG-context] Mixing math and text font

Aditya Mahajan adityam at umich.edu
Sat Jan 4 18:47:24 CET 2014


On Sat, 4 Jan 2014, Joshua Krämer wrote:

> Dear list,
>
> in my math, I would like one font (the text font) to be used for letters 
> and digits and another font (the math font) to be used for mathematical 
> symbols.  I have tried it like that:
>
> % Example 1
> \usemodule[simplefonts][size=40pt]
> \setmathfont[termes]
> \setmainfont[latinmodernroman]
> \starttext
> 123\\$ 123 \coprod \leftrightarrow $
> \stoptext
>
> % Example 2
> \definetypeface	[fonttest]	[rm]	[serif]	[modern]
> \definetypeface	[fonttest]	[mm]	[math]	[termes]
> \setupbodyfont[fonttest, 40pt]
> \starttext
> 123\\$ 123 \coprod \leftrightarrow $
> \stoptext
>
> In both examples, the math font is used for the whole formula.  How can I 
> mix the fonts?


You ask for modern as the text font and termes as the math font, and that 
is what you get. Can you elaborate what do you mean by 'mix the fonts'? 
What output do you want to get.

Aditya


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