# eulervm – Euler virtual math fonts

The well-known Euler fonts are suitable for typsetting
mathematics in conjunction with a variety of text fonts which do
not provide mathematical character sets of their own. Euler-VM
is a set of *virtual* mathematics fonts based on Euler
and CM. This approach has several advantages over immediately
using the *real* Euler fonts: Most noticeably, less TeX
resources are consumed, the quality of various math symbols is
improved and a usable \hslash symbol can be provided. The
virtual fonts are accompanied by a LaTeX package which makes
them easy to use, particularly in conjunction with Type1
PostScript text fonts. They are compatible with
amsmath. A package option allows
the fonts to be loaded at 95% of their nominal size, thus
blending better with certain text fonts, e.g., Minion.

Sources | `/fonts/eulervm` |

Documentation | |

Version | 4.0 |

License | The LaTeX Project Public License |

Maintainer | Walter Schmidt |

Contained in | TeX Live as eulervm |

MiKTeX as eulervm | |

Topics |
fonts themselves fonts for use in mathematics virtual font(s) using existing fonts |

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