I would prefer to put the dot or double dot over any character. Looking through the character maps not every letter has accents. It's too bad mathcad doesn't have more accents to differentiate variables. I would prefer that notation to changing to another character.
On 3/8/2004 3:21:40 PM, MonaZ wrote: >Then Richard is correct, you >need to find a font with the >characters you want, and >install them. Mathcad can work >with any font. > >Mona ___________________
From extensive research (say 3 years ago), fonts that we would want fabricate: don't exist. There may be a way by composing a symbol using MGCSoft. I tried but never made it, because Mathcad does not recognize a picture as a variable name.
On 3/10/2004 10:57:17 PM, jmG wrote: >On 3/10/2004 5:08:56 PM, sgrode wrote: >>Still around - I use Font >>Creator despite I could do >>fonts in CorelDraw. >______________________ > >Could you attach typical example *.mcd >and *.gif ? > With a font you mean?
Is there some way of using different fonts within the same variable definition? An example is if I want to use the "perpendicular" symbol from the SYMBOL font, can I combine that with alpha or greek characters in a different font to define a single variable? Or can we currently only have one font for a particular variable name?