tpslifonts – A LaTeX package for configuring presentation fonts
This package aims to improve of font readability in presentations, especially with maths. The standard cm maths fonts at large design sizes are difficult to read from far away, especially at low resolutions and low contrast color choice. Using this package leads to much better overall readability of some font combinations. The package offers a couple of ‘harmonising’ combinations of text and maths fonts from the (distant) relatives of computer modern fonts, with a couple of extras for optimising readability. Text fonts from computer modern roman, computer modern sans serif, SliTeX computer modern sans serif, computer modern bright, or concrete roman are available, in addition to maths fonts from computer modern maths, computer modern bright maths, or Euler fonts.
The package is part of the TeXPower bundle.
|License||GNU General Public License|
|Contained in||TeX Live as tpslifonts|
|MiKTeX as tpslifonts|
font selection, mapping, etc.
slides, beamers, handouts, etc.
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