StixFonts, finally available (beta)!
The STIX Fonts project (website) has been developing for over 10 years a font suitable to be used in academic publications. It boasts support from Elsevier, IEEE and other academic publishers or associations.
A few days ago, they published a beta version of the font in an effort to get public feedback. The beta period runs until the 15th December.
|STIX Fonts Beta showing Greek (Regular), from STIX Fonts Beta|
STIX Fonts Beta currently support modern Greek. An effort to get support for Greek Polytonic did not work out well a few years back.
|STIX Fonts Beta showing Greek (Italic), from STIX Fonts Beta|
The main benefit of STIX Fonts is the support for mathematical and other technical symbols. This helps when writing academic publications and other technical documents.
|STIX Fonts Beta showing Greek (Bold), from STIX Fonts Beta|
STIX Fonts have extensive support of mathematical symbols, symbols that exist in Unicode Plane-1.
|STIX Fonts Beta showing Greek (Bold Italic), from STIX Fonts Beta|
If there is any modification that we would like to have in STIX fonts, we should do now. Once they are released, they will be widely distributed. Currently, Fedora has packaged STIX Fonts and made them available already.