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symbols - ConTeXt: How to redefine the euro sign glyph? - TeX - LaTeX Stack Exchange
In other words, I am looking for a preamble command so that the first line in the MWE also would show the Martin Vogel symbol glyph. I found an open-license alternative.
Actually I downloaded the font, that only happens at the smaller sizes.
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For euromofe else, there's DejaVu and ArtWiz. Here's an interesting one. But yeah your mind would probably go from context to figure what what it should be. But I think it's worth fixing. May 24, ArtWiz -Edvard May 16, It's because like Python, F uses indentation to control scope.
I forget where I got it and don't want to spend the time. Eurostile is a commercial font with quite a history and some folks like it just a little too much. So I suspect it's a bug, possibly the font is only really intended for print. Recently updated topics Recent posts compact Recent posts full text. This topic This board Entire forum Website and forum google Member search. Post as a guest Name. I'd feel better if it was fixed. Just seems like the last thing documented, if at all, is the actual hotkeys to use the thing.
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I remember the capital 'M' being really out-of place looking because the middle appears to go lower than the baseline. Curt Supporting Member Joined in Posts: The problem is that the Martin Vogel font does not contain the Euro symbol in the correct slot, so you can't just use a simple font fallback as described in this answer. Allow me correct myself.