[texhax] ?encoding? suffices in the TeX Live Adobe font TFMs
karl at freefriends.org
Tue Oct 20 00:23:36 CEST 2009
I see (for example) 7t, 8c, 8r, 8t, 8y and
It is certainly far from perfect or complete or authoritative, but it
is I can point you at today.
There are no links to .enc or .etx files for these in the document,
although I believe some exist, in particular font packages (Latin
Modern, Inconsolata). I know that is vague and imprecise but it's what
I have to offer. Sorry.
even an 8rn,
8r is the encoding. n is the width (narrow).
a reference to an authoritative document
describing these ?
Everyone makes their own decisions, so nothing is authoritative.
That's the reality.
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