Re: mathrm

2013-01-17 Thread Guenter Milde
symbols and do not change inside a \math... alphabet: In the following minimal example: \documentclass{article} % \usepackage{lmodern} % \usepackage{mathpazo} \usepackage[garamond]{mathdesign} \usepackage{isomath} \begin{document} $VIC \Gamma vic \gamma \varepsilon$ $\mathrm{VIC \Gamma vic \gamma

Re: mathrm

2013-01-17 Thread Guenter Milde
symbols and do not change inside a \math... alphabet: In the following minimal example: \documentclass{article} % \usepackage{lmodern} % \usepackage{mathpazo} \usepackage[garamond]{mathdesign} \usepackage{isomath} \begin{document} $VIC \Gamma vic \gamma \varepsilon$ $\mathrm{VIC \Gamma vic \gamma

Re: mathrm

2013-01-17 Thread Guenter Milde
eek letters behave like non-letter symbols and do not change inside a \math... alphabet: In the following minimal example: \documentclass{article} % \usepackage{lmodern} % \usepackage{mathpazo} \usepackage[garamond]{mathdesign} \usepackage{isomath} \begin{document} $VIC \Gamma vic \gamma \varepsilo

Re: mathrm

2013-01-16 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Mittwoch, 16. Januar 2013, 00:11:05 schrieb Paul A. Rubin: It's some sort of font issue. I replicated the problem with your document here, then changed the Roman font from Palatino to Times Roman and got the expected output. I suspect the mathpazo package may not contain the needed glyph.

Re: mathrm

2013-01-16 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Mittwoch, 16. Januar 2013, 00:11:05 schrieb Paul A. Rubin: It's some sort of font issue. I replicated the problem with your document here, then changed the Roman font from Palatino to Times Roman and got the expected output. I suspect the mathpazo package may not contain the needed glyph.

Re: mathrm

2013-01-16 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Mittwoch, 16. Januar 2013, 00:11:05 schrieb Paul A. Rubin: > It's some sort of font issue. I replicated the problem with your > document here, then changed the Roman font from Palatino to Times Roman > and got the expected output. I suspect the mathpazo package may not > contain the needed

Re: mathrm

2013-01-15 Thread Paul A . Rubin
It's some sort of font issue. I replicated the problem with your document here, then changed the Roman font from Palatino to Times Roman and got the expected output. I suspect the mathpazo package may not contain the needed glyph. Paul

Re: mathrm

2013-01-15 Thread Paul A . Rubin
It's some sort of font issue. I replicated the problem with your document here, then changed the Roman font from Palatino to Times Roman and got the expected output. I suspect the mathpazo package may not contain the needed glyph. Paul

Re: mathrm

2013-01-15 Thread Paul A . Rubin
It's some sort of font issue. I replicated the problem with your document here, then changed the Roman font from Palatino to Times Roman and got the expected output. I suspect the mathpazo package may not contain the needed glyph. Paul

Re: mathrm

2013-01-11 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Freitag, 11. Januar 2013, 00:01:15 schrieb Paul A. Rubin: Works for me. Paul Thanks, Paul your example works here too, but not the original. Must have to do with my setting (Koma script?) Would you mind to try it out? Thanks Wolfgang Test-greek.lyx Description: application/lyx

Re: mathrm

2013-01-11 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2013-01-10, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: I try to convert CKI\varepsilon into mathrm, but that gives me CKI'' Is this known, that greek characters do not convert, or am I missing something? Upright Greek is a known problem. * By default, Greek letters are treated as symbols

Re: mathrm

2013-01-11 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Freitag, 11. Januar 2013, 00:01:15 schrieb Paul A. Rubin: Works for me. Paul Thanks, Paul your example works here too, but not the original. Must have to do with my setting (Koma script?) Would you mind to try it out? Thanks Wolfgang Test-greek.lyx Description: application/lyx

Re: mathrm

2013-01-11 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2013-01-10, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: I try to convert CKI\varepsilon into mathrm, but that gives me CKI'' Is this known, that greek characters do not convert, or am I missing something? Upright Greek is a known problem. * By default, Greek letters are treated as symbols

Re: mathrm

2013-01-11 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Freitag, 11. Januar 2013, 00:01:15 schrieb Paul A. Rubin: > Works for me. > > Paul Thanks, Paul your example works here too, but not the original. Must have to do with my setting (Koma script?) Would you mind to try it out? Thanks Wolfgang Test-greek.lyx Description: application/lyx

Re: mathrm

2013-01-11 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2013-01-10, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: > I try to convert > CKI\varepsilon > into > mathrm, but that gives me CKI'' > Is this known, that greek characters do not convert, or am I missing > something? Upright Greek is a known problem. * By default, Greek letters are

mathrm

2013-01-10 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
I try to convert CKI\varepsilon into mathrm, but that gives me CKI'' Is this known, that greek characters do not convert, or am I missing something? Wolfgang

Re: mathrm

2013-01-10 Thread Paul A . Rubin
\html_math_output 0 \html_css_as_file 0 \html_be_strict false \end_header \begin_body \begin_layout Standard \begin_inset Formula $a=b=\mathrm{CKI\varepsilon}$ \end_inset \end_layout \end_body \end_document

mathrm

2013-01-10 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
I try to convert CKI\varepsilon into mathrm, but that gives me CKI'' Is this known, that greek characters do not convert, or am I missing something? Wolfgang

Re: mathrm

2013-01-10 Thread Paul A . Rubin
\html_math_output 0 \html_css_as_file 0 \html_be_strict false \end_header \begin_body \begin_layout Standard \begin_inset Formula $a=b=\mathrm{CKI\varepsilon}$ \end_inset \end_layout \end_body \end_document

mathrm

2013-01-10 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
I try to convert CKI\varepsilon into mathrm, but that gives me CKI'' Is this known, that greek characters do not convert, or am I missing something? Wolfgang

Re: mathrm

2013-01-10 Thread Paul A . Rubin
\html_math_output 0 \html_css_as_file 0 \html_be_strict false \end_header \begin_body \begin_layout Standard \begin_inset Formula $a=b=\mathrm{CKI\varepsilon}$ \end_inset \end_layout \end_body \end_document

mathrm

2012-01-05 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
I use \mathrm{K}^{+} to get an upright K^+ (K-Ion) (and other items such as units) and guess the following message on the terminal from which I start lyx has to do with it: [Unknown [sub [mathrm [char E mathalpha]] [char e mathalpha][char x mathalpha]]] Do I have to include some package

Re: mathrm

2012-01-05 Thread Julio Rojas
But it compiles? I have tested it out of the box and it does so. - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 11:39 AM, Wolfgang Engelmann engelm...@uni-tuebingen.de wrote: I use \mathrm{K}^{+} to get an upright K^+ (K-Ion

Re: mathrm

2012-01-05 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2012-01-05, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: I use \mathrm{K}^{+} to get an upright K^+ (K-Ion) (and other items such as units) and guess the following message on the terminal from which I start lyx has to do with it: [Unknown [sub [mathrm [char E mathalpha]] [char e mathalpha][char x

Re: mathrm

2012-01-05 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Donnerstag, 5. Januar 2012, 14:53:38 schrieb Guenter Milde: On 2012-01-05, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: I use \mathrm{K}^{+} to get an upright K^+ (K-Ion) (and other items such as units) and guess the following message on the terminal from which I start lyx has to do

mathrm

2012-01-05 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
I use \mathrm{K}^{+} to get an upright K^+ (K-Ion) (and other items such as units) and guess the following message on the terminal from which I start lyx has to do with it: [Unknown [sub [mathrm [char E mathalpha]] [char e mathalpha][char x mathalpha]]] Do I have to include some package

Re: mathrm

2012-01-05 Thread Julio Rojas
But it compiles? I have tested it out of the box and it does so. - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 11:39 AM, Wolfgang Engelmann engelm...@uni-tuebingen.de wrote: I use \mathrm{K}^{+} to get an upright K^+ (K-Ion

Re: mathrm

2012-01-05 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2012-01-05, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: I use \mathrm{K}^{+} to get an upright K^+ (K-Ion) (and other items such as units) and guess the following message on the terminal from which I start lyx has to do with it: [Unknown [sub [mathrm [char E mathalpha]] [char e mathalpha][char x

Re: mathrm

2012-01-05 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Donnerstag, 5. Januar 2012, 14:53:38 schrieb Guenter Milde: On 2012-01-05, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: I use \mathrm{K}^{+} to get an upright K^+ (K-Ion) (and other items such as units) and guess the following message on the terminal from which I start lyx has to do

mathrm

2012-01-05 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
I use \mathrm{K}^{+} to get an upright K^+ (K-Ion) (and other items such as units) and guess the following message on the terminal from which I start lyx has to do with it: [Unknown [sub [mathrm [char E mathalpha]] [char e mathalpha][char x mathalpha]]] Do I have to include some package

Re: mathrm

2012-01-05 Thread Julio Rojas
But it compiles? I have tested it out of the box and it does so. - Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 11:39 AM, Wolfgang Engelmann < engelm...@uni-tuebingen.de> wrote: > I use > \mathrm{K}^{+} > to get an upr

Re: mathrm

2012-01-05 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2012-01-05, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: > I use > \mathrm{K}^{+} > to get an upright K^+ (K-Ion) (and other items such as units) > and guess the following message on the terminal from which I start lyx has > to do with it: > [Unknown [sub [mathrm [char E mathalpha]] [char e

Re: mathrm

2012-01-05 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Donnerstag, 5. Januar 2012, 14:53:38 schrieb Guenter Milde: > On 2012-01-05, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: > > I use > > \mathrm{K}^{+} > > to get an upright K^+ (K-Ion) (and other items such as units) > > and guess the following message on the terminal from whic

weird \mathrm error

2008-12-06 Thread Manoj Rajagopalan
hi all I'm getting this strange \mathrm allowed only in math mode when my appendix chapters contain equation arrays. This is a latex error and also happens when I export to latex and run latex on the file. Would someone be familiar with cases when this comes up? I ran chktex on my latex

weird \mathrm error

2008-12-06 Thread Manoj Rajagopalan
hi all I'm getting this strange \mathrm allowed only in math mode when my appendix chapters contain equation arrays. This is a latex error and also happens when I export to latex and run latex on the file. Would someone be familiar with cases when this comes up? I ran chktex on my latex

weird \mathrm error

2008-12-06 Thread Manoj Rajagopalan
hi all I'm getting this strange "\mathrm allowed only in math mode" when my appendix chapters contain equation arrays. This is a latex error and also happens when I export to latex and run latex on the file. Would someone be familiar with cases when this comes up? I ran chk

Re: binding mathrm

2004-09-16 Thread Eric Delevaux
On Wed, 15 Sep 2004 18:37:27 -0400 nick afshartous [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, In my .bind file I could bind math-mode but the binding for mathrm below does not seem to take effect. \bind C-mmath-mode \bind C-rmathrm you can try \bind C-r

Re: binding mathrm

2004-09-16 Thread Eric Delevaux
On Wed, 15 Sep 2004 18:37:27 -0400 nick afshartous [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, In my .bind file I could bind math-mode but the binding for mathrm below does not seem to take effect. \bind C-mmath-mode \bind C-rmathrm you can try \bind C-r

Re: binding mathrm

2004-09-16 Thread Eric Delevaux
On Wed, 15 Sep 2004 18:37:27 -0400 nick afshartous <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > Hi, > > In my .bind file I could bind math-mode but > the binding for mathrm below does not seem to take effect. > > > \bind "C-m""math-mode&quo

binding mathrm

2004-09-15 Thread nick afshartous
Hi, In my .bind file I could bind math-mode but the binding for mathrm below does not seem to take effect. \bind C-mmath-mode \bind C-rmathrm When I hit C-r inside math mode the display bar shows unknown function. Thanks for any tips. -- Nick

binding mathrm

2004-09-15 Thread nick afshartous
Hi, In my .bind file I could bind math-mode but the binding for mathrm below does not seem to take effect. \bind C-mmath-mode \bind C-rmathrm When I hit C-r inside math mode the display bar shows unknown function. Thanks for any tips. -- Nick

binding mathrm

2004-09-15 Thread nick afshartous
Hi, In my .bind file I could bind math-mode but the binding for mathrm below does not seem to take effect. \bind "C-m""math-mode" \bind "C-r""mathrm" When I hit C-r inside math mode the display bar shows &

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-10 Thread Karsten Heymann
serif font by default, but I find that \mathrm{foo} results in foo being typeset with a serifed font. Ditto with \textrm. See attached test case. If you want to typeset text inside a formula with the same font as normal text, use \text from amsmath. That's precisely what it is made for. (Ever

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-10 Thread Andre Poenitz
by default, but I find that \mathrm{foo} results in foo being typeset with a serifed font. Ditto with \textrm. See attached test case. \rm is Roman so you explicitly ask for serifs. Which is btw correct typesetting for things like \sin etc even in sans serif slides. A solution for \sf text

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-10 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Fri, Jul 09, 2004 at 03:59:52PM +0100, Angus Leeming wrote: Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Isn't amsmath' \text what you need here (or \mbox, but it will not set the size correctly). Normal text should not use mathrm, in any case. I don't know. That's why I'm asking. I want

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-10 Thread Karsten Heymann
On Fri, 9 Jul 2004 18:45:28 +0200 Andre Poenitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Which is btw correct typesetting for things like \sin etc even in sans serif slides. I think beamer makes it right when typesetting operators like sin sans-serif. If you want math with serif letters you can always specify

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-10 Thread Karsten Heymann
serif font by default, but I find that \mathrm{foo} results in foo being typeset with a serifed font. Ditto with \textrm. See attached test case. If you want to typeset text inside a formula with the same font as normal text, use \text from amsmath. That's precisely what it is made for. (Ever

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-10 Thread Andre Poenitz
by default, but I find that \mathrm{foo} results in foo being typeset with a serifed font. Ditto with \textrm. See attached test case. \rm is Roman so you explicitly ask for serifs. Which is btw correct typesetting for things like \sin etc even in sans serif slides. A solution for \sf text

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-10 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Fri, Jul 09, 2004 at 03:59:52PM +0100, Angus Leeming wrote: Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Isn't amsmath' \text what you need here (or \mbox, but it will not set the size correctly). Normal text should not use mathrm, in any case. I don't know. That's why I'm asking. I want

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-10 Thread Karsten Heymann
On Fri, 9 Jul 2004 18:45:28 +0200 Andre Poenitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Which is btw correct typesetting for things like \sin etc even in sans serif slides. I think beamer makes it right when typesetting operators like sin sans-serif. If you want math with serif letters you can always specify

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-10 Thread Karsten Heymann
> It uses a nice, sans serif font by default, but I find that > \mathrm{foo} results in foo being typeset with a serifed font. Ditto > with \textrm. See attached test case. If you want to typeset text inside a formula with the same font as normal text, use \text from amsmath. That'

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-10 Thread Andre Poenitz
ice, sans serif font by default, but I find that > \mathrm{foo} results in foo being typeset with a serifed font. Ditto > with \textrm. See attached test case. \rm is "Roman" so you explicitly ask for serifs. Which is btw "correct typesetting" for things like \sin etc even

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-10 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Fri, Jul 09, 2004 at 03:59:52PM +0100, Angus Leeming wrote: > Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: > > Isn't amsmath' \text what you need here (or \mbox, but it will not > > set the size correctly). Normal text should not use mathrm, in any > > case. > > I don't know. Tha

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-10 Thread Karsten Heymann
On Fri, 9 Jul 2004 18:45:28 +0200 Andre Poenitz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Which is btw "correct typesetting" for things like \sin etc even in > sans serif slides. I think beamer makes it right when typesetting operators like sin sans-serif. If you want math with serif letters you can always

latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Angus Leeming
I've noticed one small peculiarity with the latex beamer class. (For those that don't know it, it's a *fantastic* class with which to create pdf presentations. See http://latex-beamer.sf.net) It uses a nice, sans serif font by default, but I find that \mathrm{foo} results in foo being typeset

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
serif font by default, but I find that Angus \mathrm{foo} results in foo being typeset with a serifed font. Angus Ditto with \textrm. See attached test case. What's the problem? The default font is sans-serif, which is different from roman. You get what you ask for. You should not assume that roman

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Angus Leeming
by default, but I find that Angus \mathrm{foo} results in foo being typeset with a serifed font. Angus Ditto with \textrm. See attached test case. What's the problem? The default font is sans-serif, which is different from roman. You get what you ask for. You should not assume that roman is always

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Angus == Angus Leeming [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Angus Shrug. I expect a class that redefines the default font to also Angus redefine the default elsewhere too. Is that so unreasonable? Well, roman in LaTeX world means serif (if I understand correctly). It does not mean default. The fact that

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Jean-Pierre Chretien
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: latex beamer and \mathrm From: Jean-Marc Lasgouttes [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Fri, 09 Jul 2004 15:09:16 +0200 X-Miltered: at concorde with ID 40EE98FC.000 by Joe's j-chkmail (http://j-chkmail.ensmp.fr)! Angus == Angus Leeming [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Angus

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Angus Leeming
Jean-Pierre Chretien wrote: Those who are accustomed to serified math fonts and want to keep the good-looking sans-serif text font may use the [mathserif] class option. Thanks for this info, Jean-Pierre. Till Tantau made a real good work about customization and compatibility. The command

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Angus Leeming
? How do you use this typically? D_{\mathrm{eff}}=D_{\mathrm{mol}}\frac{A_{\mathrm{central\: duct}}}{A_{\mathrm{whole}}}\] In LyX 'M-c space' should change the font to the right one (unless there is a bug). Ah. \textnormal. That's *exactly* what I'm looking for. Thank you, JMarc

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
, but is that really Angus what I'm expected to do here? How do you use this typically? Angus D_{\mathrm{eff}}=D_{\mathrm{mol}}\frac{A_{\mathrm{central\: Angus duct}}}{A_{\mathrm{whole}}}\] Isn't amsmath' \text what you need here (or \mbox, but it will not set the size correctly). Normal text should

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Angus Leeming
Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Isn't amsmath' \text what you need here (or \mbox, but it will not set the size correctly). Normal text should not use mathrm, in any case. I don't know. That's why I'm asking. I want a properly typeset subscripted phrase. \textnormal works. \text works too

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Angus == Angus Leeming [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Angus I want a properly typeset subscripted phrase. \textnormal Angus works. \text works too. Angus Which would you use? I don't know. To be fair, I did not know about \textnormal, but it looks like a good candidate. JMarc

latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Angus Leeming
I've noticed one small peculiarity with the latex beamer class. (For those that don't know it, it's a *fantastic* class with which to create pdf presentations. See http://latex-beamer.sf.net) It uses a nice, sans serif font by default, but I find that \mathrm{foo} results in foo being typeset

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
serif font by default, but I find that Angus \mathrm{foo} results in foo being typeset with a serifed font. Angus Ditto with \textrm. See attached test case. What's the problem? The default font is sans-serif, which is different from roman. You get what you ask for. You should not assume that roman

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Angus Leeming
by default, but I find that Angus \mathrm{foo} results in foo being typeset with a serifed font. Angus Ditto with \textrm. See attached test case. What's the problem? The default font is sans-serif, which is different from roman. You get what you ask for. You should not assume that roman is always

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Angus == Angus Leeming [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Angus Shrug. I expect a class that redefines the default font to also Angus redefine the default elsewhere too. Is that so unreasonable? Well, roman in LaTeX world means serif (if I understand correctly). It does not mean default. The fact that

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Jean-Pierre Chretien
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: latex beamer and \mathrm From: Jean-Marc Lasgouttes [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Fri, 09 Jul 2004 15:09:16 +0200 X-Miltered: at concorde with ID 40EE98FC.000 by Joe's j-chkmail (http://j-chkmail.ensmp.fr)! Angus == Angus Leeming [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Angus

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Angus Leeming
Jean-Pierre Chretien wrote: Those who are accustomed to serified math fonts and want to keep the good-looking sans-serif text font may use the [mathserif] class option. Thanks for this info, Jean-Pierre. Till Tantau made a real good work about customization and compatibility. The command

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Angus Leeming
? How do you use this typically? D_{\mathrm{eff}}=D_{\mathrm{mol}}\frac{A_{\mathrm{central\: duct}}}{A_{\mathrm{whole}}}\] In LyX 'M-c space' should change the font to the right one (unless there is a bug). Ah. \textnormal. That's *exactly* what I'm looking for. Thank you, JMarc

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
, but is that really Angus what I'm expected to do here? How do you use this typically? Angus D_{\mathrm{eff}}=D_{\mathrm{mol}}\frac{A_{\mathrm{central\: Angus duct}}}{A_{\mathrm{whole}}}\] Isn't amsmath' \text what you need here (or \mbox, but it will not set the size correctly). Normal text should

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Angus Leeming
Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Isn't amsmath' \text what you need here (or \mbox, but it will not set the size correctly). Normal text should not use mathrm, in any case. I don't know. That's why I'm asking. I want a properly typeset subscripted phrase. \textnormal works. \text works too

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Angus == Angus Leeming [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Angus I want a properly typeset subscripted phrase. \textnormal Angus works. \text works too. Angus Which would you use? I don't know. To be fair, I did not know about \textnormal, but it looks like a good candidate. JMarc

latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Angus Leeming
I've noticed one small peculiarity with the latex beamer class. (For those that don't know it, it's a *fantastic* class with which to create pdf presentations. See http://latex-beamer.sf.net) It uses a nice, sans serif font by default, but I find that \mathrm{foo} results in foo being typeset

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
http://latex-beamer.sf.net) Angus> It uses a nice, sans serif font by default, but I find that Angus> \mathrm{foo} results in foo being typeset with a serifed font. Angus> Ditto with \textrm. See attached test case. What's the problem? The default font is sans-serif, which is differ

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Angus Leeming
us> It uses a nice, sans serif font by default, but I find that > Angus> \mathrm{foo} results in foo being typeset with a serifed > font. Angus> Ditto with \textrm. See attached test case. > > What's the problem? The default font is sans-serif, which is > different from ro

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "Angus" == Angus Leeming <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: Angus> Shrug. I expect a class that redefines the default font to also Angus> redefine the default elsewhere too. Is that so unreasonable? Well, roman in LaTeX world means serif (if I understand correctly). It does not mean default. The

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Jean-Pierre Chretien
>>To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] >>Subject: Re: latex beamer and \mathrm >>From: Jean-Marc Lasgouttes <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> >>Date: Fri, 09 Jul 2004 15:09:16 +0200 >>X-Miltered: at concorde with ID 40EE98FC.000 by Joe's j-chkmail (http://j-chkmail.ensmp.fr)! >>

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Angus Leeming
Jean-Pierre Chretien wrote: > Those who are accustomed to serified math fonts and want to > keep the good-looking sans-serif text font may use the [mathserif] > class option. Thanks for this info, Jean-Pierre. > Till Tantau made a real good work about customization and > compatibility. The

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Angus Leeming
rate markup from input, but is that really > Angus> what I'm expected to do here? > > How do you use this typically? D_{\mathrm{eff}}=D_{\mathrm{mol}}\frac{A_{\mathrm{central\: duct}}}{A_{\mathrm{whole}}}\] > In LyX 'M-c space' should change the > font to the right one (u

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
urse I can define a math macro >> Angus> \newcommand{\mathtext}[1]{\mathsf{#1}} >> Angus> and use it to separate markup from input, but is that really Angus> what I'm expected to do here? >> How do you use this typically? Angus> D_{\mathrm{eff}}=D_{\mathrm{mol}}\frac{A_

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Angus Leeming
Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: > Isn't amsmath' \text what you need here (or \mbox, but it will not > set the size correctly). Normal text should not use mathrm, in any > case. I don't know. That's why I'm asking. I want a properly typeset subscripted phrase. \textnormal works. \text

Re: latex beamer and \mathrm

2004-07-09 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "Angus" == Angus Leeming <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: Angus> I want a properly typeset subscripted phrase. \textnormal Angus> works. \text works too. Angus> Which would you use? I don't know. To be fair, I did not know about \textnormal, but it looks like a good candidate. JMarc

Re: mathrm in lyx

2000-03-07 Thread Frank Mahler
Herbert Voss wrote: Wolfgang Riedel wrote: Hi, if I type the tex code (for instance) for an unit of measurement 'meter per second' "\mathrm{\frac{m}{s}}" inside a mathematical expression in lyx (the frac was created via the mathematical menue) it seems correct, the d

Re: mathrm in lyx

2000-03-07 Thread Frank Mahler
Herbert Voss wrote: Wolfgang Riedel wrote: Hi, if I type the tex code (for instance) for an unit of measurement 'meter per second' "\mathrm{\frac{m}{s}}" inside a mathematical expression in lyx (the frac was created via the mathematical menue) it seems correct, the d

Re: mathrm in lyx

2000-03-07 Thread Frank Mahler
Herbert Voss wrote: > > Wolfgang Riedel wrote: > > > > Hi, > > > > if I type the tex code (for instance) for an unit of measurement 'meter > > per second' "\mathrm{\frac{m}{s}}" inside a mathematical expression in > > lyx (the frac was

Re: mathrm (not italic) in lemmas?

1999-11-10 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
ertainly _not_ in italics here. dev is indeed, but this is normal: it inherits the font of the environment. In fact you seem to think that mathrm should not be in italics. This used to be true in latex2.09, but latex2e has separated this in two different things: family: roman, sansserif, typewriter shape: up

Re: mathrm (not italic) in lemmas?

1999-11-10 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
ertainly _not_ in italics here. dev is indeed, but this is normal: it inherits the font of the environment. In fact you seem to think that mathrm should not be in italics. This used to be true in latex2.09, but latex2e has separated this in two different things: family: roman, sansserif, typewriter shape: up

Re: mathrm (not italic) in lemmas?

1999-11-10 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
italicized in the PS-file. exp is certainly _not_ in italics here. dev is indeed, but this is normal: it inherits the font of the environment. In fact you seem to think that mathrm should not be in italics. This used to be true in latex2.09, but latex2e has separated this in two different things: f

Re: mathrm (not italic) in lemmas?

1999-11-08 Thread
On 08 Nov 1999 11:11:13 +010 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: "?" == " [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: ? There are certain functions like sin, exp, etc. which are supposed ? to be written with non-italic letters even inside formulas. Usually ? this works (by using \sin or C-m sin). However, in the

Re: mathrm (not italic) in lemmas?

1999-11-08 Thread
On 08 Nov 1999 11:11:13 +010 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: "?" == " [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: ? There are certain functions like sin, exp, etc. which are supposed ? to be written with non-italic letters even inside formulas. Usually ? this works (by using \sin or C-m sin). However, in the

Re: mathrm (not italic) in lemmas?

1999-11-08 Thread
On 08 Nov 1999 11:11:13 +010 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: >> "?" == <" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>> writes: > >?> There are certain functions like sin, exp, etc. which are supposed >?> to be written with non-italic letters even inside formulas. Usually >?> this works (by using \sin or C-m sin).

mathrm (not italic) in lemmas?

1999-11-07 Thread
There are certain functions like sin, exp, etc. which are supposed to be written with non-italic letters even inside formulas. Usually this works (by using \sin or C-m sin). However, in the Lemma and Proposition environments (which italicize text) these get italicized too. How can I turn

mathrm (not italic) in lemmas?

1999-11-07 Thread
There are certain functions like sin, exp, etc. which are supposed to be written with non-italic letters even inside formulas. Usually this works (by using \sin or C-m sin). However, in the Lemma and Proposition environments (which italicize text) these get italicized too. How can I turn

mathrm (not italic) in lemmas?

1999-11-07 Thread
There are certain functions like sin, exp, etc. which are supposed to be written with non-italic letters even inside formulas. Usually this works (by using \sin or C-m sin). However, in the Lemma and Proposition environments (which italicize text) these get italicized too. How can I turn