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  • Use mathrm + isomath with beamer

    Use mathrm + isomath with beamerSeptember 23

    I use isomath to make greek letters italic by default. Sometimes I want an upright operator. Then I use \mathrm. It works in the report, but not when trying to use it in my presentation. This is a minimal non-working example (the \Delta is typeset as

  • Upright Lowercase $\pi$ as Default

    Upright Lowercase $\pi$ as DefaultNovember 21

    This question has helped me in creating a command for my own package (more a list of commands I defined) to force upright lowercase \pi, and so in my package I have the following code: \renewcommand{\pi}{\text{$\mathup{π}$}} I don't want to include m

  • Upright Lowercase $\pi$

    Upright Lowercase $\pi$May 2

    On pg. 144 of Kopka and Daily's A Guide to LaTeX, they mention that the symbols $e$, $i$, $d$, and $\pi$ should be displayed upright in math mode (for their usual uses). This is easy to do for $e$, $i$, and $d$: just use \mathrm. However, this does n

  • Force upright Greek letters with isomath

    Force upright Greek letters with isomathOctober 5

    The isomath package makes it possible to typeset upright Greek letters via \mathrm and \mathbf. Is it it possible to force all Greek letters to be typeset upright unless specified otherwise, e.g. to make it so that \(\Phi \Psi\) delivers the same out

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