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Kerkis

The Kerkis font is an extension the Bookman font with math support, and support for greek characters. An enhanced version of the Bookman font is available with the TeX Gyre Bonum font. The kerkis package has some issues with the \ae, \o and \aa commands. Typing æ, ø and å using package inputenc still works.

Text example

Text example
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Usage

\usepackage{kmath,kerkis} % The order of the packages matters; kmath changes the default text font
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}

Style examples

\normalfont

Style example

\itshape

Style example

\bfseries

Style example

Numbers

Numbers

Ligatures and German double s

Ligatures

Math example

Math example

Font implementation

Kerkis is available as Type 1.

Part of TeX Live?

Kerkis is part of TeX Live.

Location at

http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/fonts/greek/kerkis/

Last update of this page

2016-02-22