# S Calligraphy fonts

I have already been succesful in making use of the calrsfs bundle with the standard CM type1cm font. I have been capable acquire in split papers different calligraphic signs in math mode with \mathcal{} for e.g. transform operators: \mathcal{F}, \mathcal{L}...

I am thinking about two various operators in one single document, with each the page 'L' in calligraphic design, but in a different sort of font.

The topic two fonts in mathematics mode seems to provide full answer. However, in which do we discover the mention of the required fonts ? The LaTeX Companion means nfssfont.tex. I wish to utilize the fourier math font.

- Where do we discover the reference to the fourier font into the command
\DeclareSymbolFont{pazoletters}{OML}{zplm}{m}{it}

- I wish to make use of the fourier font to declare initial symbolization with
*newcommand*, then invoke the calrsfs bundle to really have the 2nd symbolization an additional font in calligraphic mode. Is it necessary to invoke the corresponding bundles ?\usepackage{fourier} \newcommand{\L_a}{\mathcal{L} \usepackage{calrsfs} \newcommand{\L_b}{\mathcal{L}}

After the font is within place with any of the previous strategy, declaring the new signs is done using \DeclareMathSymbol command (without declaring a total brand new alphabet).