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#### LaTeX font warning

Could someone please advise on how to fix this type of compilation font
warning:

|| LaTeX Font Warning: Font shape OMS/cmtt/m/n' undefined
|| LaTeX Font Warning: Some font shapes were not available, defaults
substituted.

Here is a log entry that pertains to this:

line 24.

LaTeX Font Info:    No file OMScmtt.fd. on input line 24.

Line 24 happens to be a \maketitle call, and the title, besides having
regular characters, has curly braces that are escaped like \{ and \}.  I
am also using the llncs document class.

Thanks,
Jeff

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Forgot to include this log entry, found right after the other one:

LaTeX Font Warning: Font shape OMS/cmtt/m/n' undefined
(Font)              for symbol textbraceleft' on input line 24.

So it seems to be related to the left curly brace \{

-Jeff

Jeff Puchalski wrote:
> Could someone please advise on how to fix this type of compilation font
> warning:
>
> || LaTeX Font Warning: Font shape OMS/cmtt/m/n' undefined
> || LaTeX Font Warning: Some font shapes were not available, defaults
> substituted.
>
> Here is a log entry that pertains to this:
>
> LaTeX Font Info:    Try loading font information for OMS+cmtt on input
> line 24.
>
> LaTeX Font Info:    No file OMScmtt.fd. on input line 24.
>
> Line 24 happens to be a \maketitle call, and the title, besides having
> regular characters, has curly braces that are escaped like \{ and \}.  I
> am also using the llncs document class.
>
> Thanks,
> Jeff


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2/5/2007 7:34:01 PM
 Jeff Puchalski <jpuchalski@mitre.org> writes:
>Forgot to include this log entry, found right after the other one:
>
>LaTeX Font Warning: Font shape OMS/cmtt/m/n' undefined
>(Font)              for symbol textbraceleft' on input line 24.
>
>So it seems to be related to the left curly brace \{

i was reading this afternoon a quote from me, about using things like
\texttt{\{} for that situation.  someone else pointed out that in t1
encoding, the whole things ok anyway because \{ in text mode does what
you want without switching to the maths encoding.
--
Robin Fairbairns, Cambridge

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2/5/2007 9:09:26 PM

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