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Re: AFMs for Blue Sky CM/PS fonts...
>It is hard to imagine how that could be unless your PL files are
>also corrupted, since these AFM files have the wrong advance widths.
What do you mean by saying `advance width'? A glyph has afaik two different
a) The tfm width, which is measured in TeX scaled points (typically) and
is resolution independent.
b) The value chardx, which is the real advance taken by the renderer
(printer or screen) and which is necessarily an integer number of
The latter value is not relevant for TeX tfm files, but is recorded in the
gf and pk files. If the you mean the latter value, it can be corrected in
the afm files without changing the related tfm files.