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Re: Mathematica logo

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  • Subject: [mg18094] Re: Mathematica logo
  • From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at>
  • Date: Thu, 17 Jun 1999 12:26:34 -0400
  • Organization: Universitaet Leipzig
  • References: <7juadi$> <7k4ql5$>
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at


The "Math" is on position 254 (glyph MathLogo1) and the "matica" on 
position 255 (glyph MathLogo2). The command in the TeX package is

Two remarks. The TeX version of \MathLogo is not not broken across 
line ends and take no care for the weight of the base font.

On Windows machines you can access the two glyphs by <Alt> Numkeypad
 <Alt> Numkeypad 0255 from the true type version of the fonts.

A small caps italic font will do the job in the other cases.


"P.J. Hinton" wrote:
> In article <7juadi$569 at>, "DIAMOND Mark R" <gabrielle at> writes:
> > Does anyone know whether the font in which Wolfram write "Mathematica" (as
> > in the title design of the book) is a standard font (and if so, what) or
> > whether it is a graphic image.
> I am not sure if there is a basis font for the logo which you describe.
> The logo can be constructed from the glyphs occupying slots 254 and 255
> of the Type 1 version of Math5 that appears on the Mathematica CD-ROM.
> If you are a LaTeX user, you can take advantage of Jens-Peer Kuska's
> Mathematica Virtual Font package (available from MathSource) and prepare
> a document that uses these glyphs.
> --
> P.J. Hinton
> Mathematica Programming Group           paulh at
> Wolfram Research, Inc.
> Disclaimer: Opinions expressed herein are those of the author alone.

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