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[✓] Use AMS-Euler fonts in Mathematica?

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Hi, I would like to use AMS-Euler fonts in Mathematica. Is there a way I can do this?

Jeffrey

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Sure, just install some version of them that are friendly to your operating system, e.g. https://fontlibrary.org/en/font/euler-otf, then change the font as you normally would.

As usual with Mathematica, math typesetting will suffer somewhat if you change the fonts to something non-standard.

If you only want to use it for figure labels, I suggest MaTeX.

MaTeX["\\int x \\; dx = \\frac{x}{2} + \\mathcal{C}",
 "Preamble" -> {"\\usepackage{eulervm}"}]

MaTeX is not suitable for writing documents in a different font. It is meant only for creating short labels to be used in graphics/figures.

Thanks. I want to use AMS_Euler for my TraditionalForm font primarily. I really like the somewhat handwriting on chalkboard look. I have the download from AMS but don't understand how to install it correctly. thanks again, Jeffrey

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