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Re: fontname code for scaled variants
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- Subject: Re: fontname code for scaled variants
- From: Thierry Bouche <Thierry.Bouche@ujf-grenoble.fr>
- Date: Mon, 15 Jun 1998 15:31:40 +0200 (MET DST)
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Concernant « Re: fontname code for scaled variants », Hilmar Schlegel écrit : «
» K. Berry wrote:
» > at least set aside a few for ``user specific variants''.
» > Well, as long as the font isn't being distributed widely, it doesn't
» > really matter what name you give it.
» > But anyway, the only single characters I see that are sort of available
» > are 0-4 and b. Why don't we say `0'. And we can reserve z.
» > OK? Will that help?
» Ugh! Why not using design-size appended as common for Tex fonts?
if i understood well melissa's question, she needs something for a
font that is not scaled the same way along the x/y-axis, so here she
needs an x-designsize + an y- one.
Personnally, for very personnal undistributable metrics, i use