On 2016-11-11, Neal Becker wrote: > I've written several IEEE publications using lyx. They only accept .dvi > (not pdf).
> When I'm writing I use: > settings/fonts/non-tex (all defaults) > and > settings/output/pdf(luatex) > When I submit > uncheck: settings/fonts/non-tex > settings/output/dvi(luatex) > The results look very different. The 2nd (submit) version has much heavier > font, especially the title. Actually, I think it looks more readable. > I have no idea why. With non-tex fonts, you are overriding the document class default font settings. non-tex fonts by default use the Unicode-encoded version of LatinModern. AFAIK, IEEE document classes set some Times-like 8-bit fonts. These are also used with DVI(LuaTeX) unless you use fontspec (via the "non-TeX fonts" setting). Günter