fourier – Using Utopia fonts in LaTeX documents
Fourier-GUTenberg is a LaTeX typesetting system which uses Adobe Utopia as its standard base font. Fourier-GUTenberg provides all complementary typefaces needed to allow Utopia based TeX typesetting, including an extensive mathematics set and several other symbols. The system is absolutely stand-alone: apart from Utopia and Fourier, no other typefaces are required.
The fourier fonts will also work with Adobe Utopia Expert fonts, which are only available for purchase.
Utopia is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Contained in||TeX Live as fourier|
|MiKTeX as fourier|
fonts for use in mathematics
font available in Adobe Type 1 format
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