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Non-bold font in multiline title (LaTEX)

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KAE
KAE on 27 Oct 2020
Edited: KAE on 30 Oct 2020
I would like to have a multi-line title in which the first title line is bold, which is the default, but subsequent title lines are not bold. Here is what I tried. I think I am using the wrong LaTEX name for non-bold font. What should it be?
figure;
peaks; % Make example plot
title({'First Line', 'Second Line', 'Third Line'}); % Make multi-line title, all lines bolded
disp('All bold. Hit any key ')
pause;
title({'First Line', '\itSecond Line', 'Third Line'}); % Confirm the LaTEX format: make line 2-3 italic
disp('Italicize line 2-3. Hit any key ')
pause;
title({'First Line', '\textnormalSecond Line', 'Third Line'}); % First try to un-bold fails
disp('Throws an error. Hit any key ')
pause;
title({'First Line', '\normalfontSecond Line', 'Third Line'}); % Second try also fails
disp('Throws an error ')

Accepted Answer

Divija Aleti
Divija Aleti on 30 Oct 2020
Hi,
I understand that you want to have a multi-line title with the first line bold and the remaining lines normal (non-bold). The following code will do that.
figure;
peaks;% Make example plot
title({'\bf First Line', '\rm Second Line', '\rm Third Line'});
For additional information, have a look at the following link:
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KAE
KAE on 30 Oct 2020
This works! Many thanks. The Tex command \rm turns on roman (non-bold) font. And even this version works,
title({'First Line', '\rmSecond Line', '\rmThird Line'});

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