FauxTeX is a collection of three fonts that can be used to create a range of mathematical expressions, from the simple to the moderately complex. The fonts are based on the Computer Modern family, which was originally designed by Professor Donald Knuth for his TeX typesetting language. Cymbol serves as a substitute for the standard Symbol font, and contains the complete Greek alphabet as well as all the other symbols found in the Symbol font. MathMode contains many common symbols and the entire Roman alphabet, italicized for mathematical expressions. KahoeTech is primarily for creating expressions that involve superscripts and subscripts. This demo only includes Cymbol (PostScript and TrueType versions); MathMode and KahoeTech are only available to registered users, though you can view these two fonts in the PDF files included with the demo.
LicenseFree to try
File Size348.71 kB
Operating System Macintosh
System RequirementsSystem 7.x