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New on CTAN: eulerpx

Date: October 3, 2016 8:31:38 PM CEST
Jabir Ali Ouassou submitted the eulerpx package. Version: 0.1 2016-10-01 License: lppl1.3 Summary description: A modern interface for the Euler math fonts Announcement text:
This package provides the `eulerpx' font, which started as a hybrid of multiple other font package's, notably eulervm and newpxmath. Its purpose is twofold: (1) To use the eulervm symbols for greek and latin, but the newpxmath font for braces and brackets, and the text font for digits and operators; (2) To make it easy to change between a sans and serif font for the digits and operators, so that the font can be used seamlessly in documents using both. This package was put together with the intent to use it with the Palatino and Optima fonts (newpxtext and classico), but may work with other combinations too. To use the package, add this to your preamble: \usepackage{eulerpx} You may use the \sfmath and \rmmath macros to switch between serif and sans fonts for the digits and operators. For instance, if you use a KOMA-Script class, you can put the following in your preamble to switch all footnotes to a sans font: \addtokomafont{footnote}{\sffamily\sfmath} Note that in contrast to the eulervm package, bold math characters are accessed through the \mathbf macro. If the option `utf8' is provided, the package will also declare the Greek unicode range; i.e., if the package is included with \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[utf8]{eulerpx} then you may write your equations in the form $α+β$ instead of $\alpha+\beta$.
The package's Catalogue entry can be viewed at http://www.ctan.org/pkg/eulerpx The package's files themselves can be inspected at http://mirror.ctan.org/fonts/eulerpx/
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Petra Rübe-Pugliese
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eulerpx – A modern interface for the Euler math fonts

This package provides the “eulerpx” font, which started as a hybrid of multiple other font packages, notably eulervm and newpxmath.

Its purpose is twofold:

  • To use the eulervm symbols for greek and latin, but the newpxmath font for braces and brackets, and the text font for digits and operators; and
  • to make it easy to change between a sans and a serif font for the digits and operators so that the font can be used seamlessly in documents using both.

This package was put together with the intent to use it with the Palatino and Optima fonts, but it may work with other combinations, too.

Packageeulerpx
Version0.2.1 2017-04-10
Copyright2016–2017 J. A. Ouassou
MaintainerJabir Ali Ouassou

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