Hello all,

I'm trying to typeset 'H' with a circumflex (or hat) in math mode, but the 
result is rather ugly when not using latin-modern. I've tried to redefine the 
\hat macro to move the accent up a bit using \topaccent: is this the best 
approach? Having to nest '$' does not seem right at all. (Also, for some reason 
although I find \mathhat in enco-ini.mkiv, when I try to use it I get undefined 
control sequence.)


\starttypescript [mathfont]
  \definetypeface [mathfont] [mm] [math]  [palatino]  [default] [rscale=1.0]







Michael Murphy

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