# Avoid Using Ugly Bitmapped Computer Modern Fonts

In a $\rm \LaTeX$ guide found on the website of George Mason University, it’s said that Computer Modern fonts can look ugly.1 Like most Computer Modern users, I didn’t notice that until I wrote an article using $\rm \LaTeX$ last weekend.

To illustrate the problem, I used a minimum example which I had posted on Gist.2 To simply matters, one may use \pagenumbering{gobble} to suppress page numbers.3

If one thinks that downloading the Blue Sky fonts from the American Mathematical Society is too troublesome, simply including the package lmodern will do.

P.S. I have learnt an ImageMagick command from a Stack Overflow question to convert a PDF file to an image.4

1. Luke, S. (n.d.). Doing LaTeX Right: Correcting Common LaTeX Formatting Mistakes. Retrieved from http://cs.gmu.edu/~sean/stuff/DoingLatexRight/

2. My Gist for testing Bib$\rm \TeX$ (URL

3. $\rm \TeX–\LaTeX$ Stack Exchange question 7355 (URL

4. Stack Overflow question 6605006 (URL