mdputu – Upright digits in Adobe Utopia Italic
The Annals of Mathematics uses italics for theorems. However, slanted digits and parentheses look disturbing when surrounded by (upright) mathematics. This package provides virtual fonts with italics and upright digits and punctuation, as an extension to Mathdesign’s Utopia bundle.
|Licenses||Free license not otherwise listed|
|Copyright||2010 Boris Veytsman|
|Contained in||TeX Live as mdputu|
MiKTeX as mdputu
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- 2010-11-04 CTAN update: mdputu
- 2010-09-17 CTAN update: mdputu
- 2010-09-13 CTAN has a new package: mdputu
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