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Replacements for Y and Y fonts

 
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Craig



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PostPosted: Fri Mar 02, 2007 10:53 am    Post subject: Replacements for Y and Y fonts Reply with quote

I have inherited a legacy LaTex class that uses the following fonts: mh1, mtex, mtmi, mtsy,and mtsyb. I believe these fonts are from the old "Y and Y" family.

I have installed on my computer the Math Time Pro and Math Time Pro 2 font sets. I'm hoping to substitute new fonts from these sets for the old fonts (mh1, ...) referenced in my class definition.

But because I don't have the old fonts to examine, I'm not clear on which fonts to substitute for which.

Any help kindly appreciated!

Craig
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 02, 2007 11:02 am    Post subject: Re: Replacements for Y and Y fonts Reply with quote

Craig wrote:
I have inherited a legacy LaTex class that uses the following fonts: mh1, mtex, mtmi, mtsy,and mtsyb. I believe these fonts are from the old "Y and Y" family.

I have installed on my computer the Math Time Pro and Math Time Pro 2 font sets. I'm hoping to substitute new fonts from these sets for the old fonts (mh1, ...) referenced in my class definition.

But because I don't have the old fonts to examine, I'm not clear on which fonts to substitute for which.

Any help kindly appreciated!


I doubt it will work well to substitute new font files for the old ones. It might be better to reconfigure your LaTeX class to use the new MTPro package. I'm not a font expert, though - will try to find someone who can give you some solid advice.
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