# Re: psnfss and lw35nfss

> I still think, this kind of behaviour is better than having no warning at
> all, since it allows for searching the error message in the log-file (but
> who thinks of that, really?).

Currently you *do* get a warning error, but it's produced by the
dvi-driver rather than TeX.  Dvips prints out a very nice `Warning:
glyph foo missing' message every time you process a document
containing a black box.

> Making lost characters an error by setting \tracinglostchars=2 seems a
> sensible extension to suggest to the e-TeX team.

Or allow VFs to contain arbitrary TeX code and not just \special's :-)

Alan.