Hi,

The command \mathbf is not applicable for greek letters.
Try to use \boldsymbol or \pmb (or use the package bm which is more powerful).

Regards,

G.


Le 28/04/2013 15:27, Jan Sundermeyer a écrit :
can latex set bold greek letters ?
\mathbf{\lambda} does not work ...

On 28.04.2013 12:15, Denis Bitouzé wrote:
Le dimanche 28/04/13 à 11h19,
Jan Sundermeyer <sunderme@gmx.de> a écrit :

The symbols on the left are generated via scripts from latex
expressions. The symbols are generated from symbols-ng/icons.xml

On a more basic level, the symbols are (dark) grey. Concerning
contrast, that is not optimal.
Maybe the set-up there should be reconsidered,
Yes maybe latex expressions, at least for the symbols on the left,
should be changed for typesetting them in bold face.

as classical colour scheme is okay imho.
Yes, though the symbols are still lighter with svg icons:

  http://gte.univ-littoral.fr/members/dbitouze/pub/latex/texstudio/png-vs-svg-icons/svg-classical-icons/downloadFile/file/txs-svg-classical.png

  http://gte.univ-littoral.fr/members/dbitouze/pub/latex/texstudio/png-vs-svg-icons/png-classical-icons/downloadFile/file/txs-png-classical.png

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