10.12.2020

topic has mixed. removed agree, useful phrase..

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For a different approach, I would suggest using the XeTeX or LuaTex system. They allow you to access system fonts (TrueType, OpenType, etc) and set font features. In a typical LaTeX document, you just need to include this in your headers. which works fine. What is the "best" math font that will match the text in the body, and what are the commands to set up this font? I tried using: \usepackage{newtxmath} but. I think newtxmath is a Times clone, not a Times New Roman clone, I get a lot of "size substitutions" errors when I compile my document with XeLaTeX. XeTeX is a T e X typesetting engine using Unicode and supporting modern font technologies such as OpenType (OTF), TrueType (TTF), Graphite, and Apple Advanced Typography (AAT). The corresponding compilers are xetex and xelatex.