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Re: fontinst with 8y.etx
Hilmar Schlegel writes:
> > But I stress that I have nothing against 8y. I just remain to be
> > convinced that the pain of changing will be outweighed by the
> > possible advantages.
> It depends on the purpose: for PDF using scalable fonts and a more
> reliable encoding is kind of basic requirement (at least presently).
I think the jury is still out on whether 8y or 8r is more
`reliable'. Since, as I say, I have not met an encoding problem with
8r and PDF, I wait to be convinced