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## Re: Symbols, mathematical symbols, and Greek letters

**From**: |
Henry F. Mollet |

**Subject**: |
Re: Symbols, mathematical symbols, and Greek letters |

**Date**: |
Fri, 31 Dec 2004 16:59:38 -0800 |

**User-agent**: |
Microsoft-Entourage/10.1.1.2418 |

Thanks. I will need multiple fonts but was going to try below anyway for
practice. But what is fname?
octave:10> gset term aqua fname "Symbol"
line 0: undefined variable: fname
Happy New Year!
Henry
on 12/31/04 1:11 PM, Dmitri A. Sergatskov at address@hidden wrote:
>* Henry F. Mollet wrote:*
>*> How can I use symbols, mathematical symbols, and Greek letters in*
>*> Octave/Gnuplot/AquaTerm and then print on Laser Printer *without* resorting*
>*> to special software.*
>*> *
>* *
>* I am not an AquaTerm expert, but reading the docs it appears to me*
>* that it is impossible to have multiple fonts in the same AquaTerm*
>* windows. *
>* If all the text you want can be expressed using the "Symbol" font, you*
>* can do:*
>* *
>* gset term aqua fname "Symbol"*
>* gset label 1 "a" at 0.4, 1.3*
>* *
>* etc...*
>* *
>* If you have to mix fonts, then I would recommend enhanced postscript terminal;*
>* do not know if it qualifies as "special" software or not.*
>* *
>* Happy New Year!*
>* *
>* Dmitri.*
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