On Sat, Sep 20, 2008 at 6:28 PM, Taco Hoekwater <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> And as an aside, it would be nicer to use U+00B5 (mu latin) in the
> units module instead of U+03BC (mu greek).
>   \def\Micro {\dimensionprefix{\iftextdimensions u\else\hbox{ยต}\fi}}
> The \hbox is needed because \fam11 is using ec encoding, I think.
> (and that is problematic in its own way, but let's not go there)
Yes. This change to (mu latin) worked. Thank you so much for the
detailed explanations.
I think it is preferable to use upright greek letters in units.
The shape of (mu latin) in the latin modern font isn't the prettiest
design, but is still better than mixing italic mu with other upright
letters in units.
Besides, I guess, (mu latin) instead of u can be used in text-mode units?

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