Lucida fonts and lucimatx macros
A set of 41 fonts for text and math, including a new lucimatx interface for use with LaTeX.
The Lucida fonts were designed by Charles Bigelow and Kris Holmes and were first introduced in 1984. Since then, the Lucida family has been augmented by the addition of several styles, including script, monospaced, and mathematical fonts. Popular Lucida fonts are bundled with MS Windows and Macintosh OS X, and many other systems. The Lucida font collection offered by PCTeX was fine-tuned for use with TeX.
In the fall of 2005 Personal TeX acquired a license to distribute Lucida fonts. In addition, we teamed up with Walter Schmidt to develop the updated lucimatx macros and documentation to replace the older lucidabr package. The new lucimatx macros are fully compatible with amsmath in LaTeX, and have many new options and features which make using Lucida fonts easier and more versatile.
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