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You have to define a math font, e.g. XITS Math %!TEX TS-program = xelatex %!​TEX encoding = UTF-8 Unicode \documentclass[a4paper]{report}. cergas.info › questions › xetex-what-happened-to-mathc.

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By Arashilmaran - 17:41
You have several options. Don't use unicode-math. Unless you have a specific reason to use it, you don't have to use it and your old code.
By Kagamuro - 08:15
I'm trying to use \mathscr in my documents, but it just doesn't show up. I'm using MacTeX, with pdfTeX and XeTeX version and TeXShop version
By Faelkis - 22:26
Using script fonts in LATEX. There are three “script-like” fonts available in most standard LATEX $\mathscr{ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ}$.
By Tamuro - 03:04
In order to find an appropriate font, I am looking for packages that define a mathcal/mathscr font. I found the mathalfa package which has quite many fonts.

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