============================================================ fixmath package ============================================================ Walter Schmidt firstname.lastname@example.org Keiran Harcombe email@example.com A LaTeX package to provide italic uppercase Greek letters in math and an additional bold italic math alphabet \mathbold; to be used with the default CM math fonts. The style files can be unpacked by running the particular installation script (.ins) through LaTeX. The files will be created immediately in the appropriate TDS directory tex/latex/was, if this directory exists and the DOCSTRIP tool is properly configured -- otherwise they are written into the current directory. The documentation of a package can be generated by running the particular .dtx file through LaTeX. ==finis
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fixmath – Make maths comply with ISO 31-0:1992 to ISO 31-13:1992
LaTeX’s default style of typesetting mathematics does not comply with the International Standards ISO 31-0:1992 to ISO 31-13:1992 which require that uppercase Greek letters always be typset upright, as opposed to italic (even though they usually represent variables) and allow for typsetting of variables in a boldface italic style (even though the required fonts are available). This package ensures that uppercase Greek be typeset in italic style, that upright $\Delta$ and $\Omega$ symbols are available through the commands \upDelta and \upOmega; and provides a new math alphabet \mathbold for boldface italic letters, including Greek.
This package used to be part of the was bundle, but has now become a package in its own right.
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|2000–2003 Walter Schmidt
2022 Keiran Harcombe
Walter A. Schmidt (deceased)
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