Support for the MaTeX Mathematica package, http://szhorvat.net/mathematica/MaTeX
See under Applications in the ConfigureMaTeX doc page.
I am unable to get it working with the default Computer Modern font.
I am sorry, where can I see doc page?
On your site?
In the documentation center ...
There's a big bold coloured note on my site to use the documentation center.
I am not sure how to make it more prominent.
It seems that Latin Modern does not support Cyrillic, so you will need another font. I do not have experience with non-Roman fonts in LaTeX. If you can show me how to use them with a standard pdflatex (no MaTeX involved), I can tell you how to get them working with MaTeX
Hello everyone. Could anyone share an example of both (x and y) Ticks using Latin Modern Font? I can only see examples where "x" Ticks are numbers in Latin Modern but "y" Ticks are still in Mathematica font. Thank you in advance.
@szhorvat If you could send one example it would be great! and thanks very much for your fantastic work
I can only see examples where "x" Ticks are numbers in Latin Modern but "y" Ticks are still in Mathematica font. Thank you in advance.
@jcherranz The documentation has multiple such examples. Did you check them?
Yes, and all of them give examples of how to change "x" Ticks while leaving "y" Ticks unchanged. I've tried to do it my self but haven't been able to. @szhorvat
I’m not sure what you mean. There are countless examples. Use the documentation center and search for MaTeX.
Yes I 've seen those, but it only seems to work when de "x" and "y" Range are the same
That’s not true. Look at the second one.
Also, look up the syntax for FrameTicks for the first one.
You simply need to specify the bottom and right edge separately instead of using a pure function to do them together.