On 2012-05-09 12:25, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
> On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 11:54 AM, Philipp Gesang wrote:
> > Hi Hans,
> > On 2012-05-09 07:31, Meer, H. van der wrote:
> >> Indeed, the greek lowercase appears with \setupbodyfont[postscript].
> >> But not with the brandnew \setupbodyfont[lucidaot], which is
> >> quite a nuisance. Can it be remedied with a more generic mkiv
> >> solution?
> >
> > if it’s generic enough for your purpose, you can take the glyphs
> > from the Computer Modern Unicode font instead.
> If he wants to use Lucida, this would look bad, but the Lucida font
> does have greek glyphs, however they are in the "math range".

With unicode I thought this was an archaism.

>                                                               This is
> the case for LM, Lucida and probably a few more fonts. (Another option
> would be to define the counter to run through greek letters in math
> font.)

Or to leave the counter untouched and wrap it into a substitution
function -- is there a chance you (or anyone else) could supply
me with a mapping of the “real” Greek code point to the “math
Greek” one?


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