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How can I go back to the default font after using \sf?

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On OS or in general?
Just on OS, thanks!
For some of the fonts, brackets don't contain only the select text you want to change. So I'd want to change back. But I couldn't find the default font, so I though I'd ask!

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Only what is in { } should be changed. Or if you mean for resizing, \(\Huge Huge\normalsize normalsize \) `\(\Huge Huge\normalsize normalsize \)`
Hmm... brackets not containing it? Odd.
Which fonts are you seeing that with?
`\it` is close, but not quite the same. Plus, \(normal[]\left[\right]\rightarrow\it it[]\left[\right]\)
thomasters tutorial mentioned the two fonts that did contain the text! I think \boldsymbol was one, and I forget the other.
In \(normal[]\left[\right]\rightarrow\it it[]\left[\right]\) The first pair of brackets for each is just typing, and the next are `\left[\right]`
\it seems to condense the letters some, but the letters look similar otherwise.
\(\it Italic\) \(\rm Roman\) Hmmm.... I think it supposed to be \em or \sl but I do not see them as working.
Thanks for giving it a shot :)
\(\it Italic \normalfont normalfont\) =(
Haha, I wish it was that easy, like \normalsize !
It is supposed to be. http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Fonts
\(regular \\\Roman {regular}\)
Is that the normal font? I guess it looks the same!
\([]\sf[]\Roman []\)It does nothing, huh. I thought it had in the live reply for a moment..
\(\tt asdf\) Hmm.. tt works. \(\it Italic~ \rm rm \leftarrow \) rm for roman.
Oh, thanks!
bf bold face it italic rm roman tt teletype/texttype bb blackboard There are a couple others, I just remember all the 2 letter off hand.
\(regular\tt regular\) Haha, cool!
\bf \(\bf asdfghjkl\) \em \(\em asdfghjkl\) \it \(\it asdfghjkl\) \rm \(\rm asdfghjkl\) \sc \(\sc asdfghjkl\) \sf \(\sf asdfghjkl\) Hmm... I though that was ss for SansSerif. \sl \(\sl asdfghjkl\) \tt \(\tt asdfghjkl~\)
This may remain a mystery for ages..
Well, these are the old commands so I'm surprised MathJax even supported them.
I'm not up to date on all this stuff!
Thanks! Take care!
This has more the new stuff int he editor. Easy place to prototype and copy over. It does support a few things that here does not, but a lot of it works fine. http://www.codecogs.com/eqneditor
Have fun!
Alright, thanks! :)

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