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Implement character set in MC14

AlfredFlaßhaar
13-Aquamarine

Implement character set in MC14

In MC14 I need letters from the German and non-Latin alphabet/character set (e.g. I want Sütterlin) to designate special objects/vectors. Specifically, I want to define vectors such as x(t) and e(t) this way. How can this font be implemented in MC14?
Weekend greeting, Alfred Flaßhaar

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I guess you don't want to change all variable names to use Sütterlin.

So I would suggest that you define a user format (Menu: Format-Equation) to use that specific font in the size and color you like.

Whenever you want to use a variable name of style Sütterlin, you first type the name (it will be normal "variable" style by default) and then change it to "Sütterlin Style" (or whatever description you had chosen) vie the Formatting toolbar.

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Werner_E_5-1675624981097.png     Werner_E_6-1675625008753.png

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BTW, I installed two truetype Sütterlin Fonts, but only one of them was offered by Mathcad in the menu. Not sure why the other was not in he list. I was able to use the other one as well using a trick (first chose any font, create a variable of that style and change its font using the format menu).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I find letters in Word - copy and paste in Mathcad.

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Вы так не говорите.

I guess you don't want to change all variable names to use Sütterlin.

So I would suggest that you define a user format (Menu: Format-Equation) to use that specific font in the size and color you like.

Whenever you want to use a variable name of style Sütterlin, you first type the name (it will be normal "variable" style by default) and then change it to "Sütterlin Style" (or whatever description you had chosen) vie the Formatting toolbar.

Werner_E_0-1675624831318.png  Werner_E_1-1675624860932.png  Werner_E_3-1675624935223.png

Werner_E_5-1675624981097.png     Werner_E_6-1675625008753.png

Werner_E_7-1675625030529.png

 

BTW, I installed two truetype Sütterlin Fonts, but only one of them was offered by Mathcad in the menu. Not sure why the other was not in he list. I was able to use the other one as well using a trick (first chose any font, create a variable of that style and change its font using the format menu).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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