[OS X TeX] Trump Mediaeval fonts

chris ciotti chris_ciotti at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 29 17:02:08 CEST 2004


--- "William F. Adams" <wadams at atlis.com> wrote:

> As I noted in my e-mail, OpenType is rather awkward to use in LaTeX 
> unless one uses XeTeX ( http://www.sil.org/xetex ). If using XeTeX 
> appeals, then by all mean get OT.
> 
> William

Hello - 

I'd recommend having a look at Eddie Kohler's TypeTools package 
(http://www.lcdf.org/type/  --  note. This is also available as an
i-Package).   The utility of interest is otftotfm
(http://www.lcdf.org/type/otftotfm.1.html).  Otftotfm has both
automatic and manual settings so you have control over where stuff goes
if you need it.  

There was a thread on comp.text.tex started on 6 Aug 2004 (Subj: PS
flavored Opentype fonts in LaTeX) discussing the package.  

Good luck.

--chris

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