[OS X TeX] GUI Latin Modern Fonts? (#2)
abellaic at math.jussieu.fr
Tue Aug 30 16:07:27 CEST 2005
Almost the same story as :
> Subject: GUI Latin Modern Fonts?
> From: "Juan Manuel Palacios" Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2004 01:41:40 -0400
> Hmmmm, a little bit confused here. I just updated my TeX tree
> with the
> latest package (2004/03/26 23:31:01) and aimed at getting the GUI Latin
> Modern Fonts. After doing the whole configure dance I realized I didn't
> get any panel asking me if I wanted to install them, so I did a little
> digging. Upon reading the "i-Package README File" I realized I needed
> PfaEdit, so I went ahead and installed that. Reconfigured TeX and still
> didn't get a panel asking me if I wanted the GUI version of the Latin
> Modern Fonts. Alas, they are nowhere to be found in
> /Library/Fonts/Latin Modern/ nor in ~/Library/Fonts/, so I guess they
> just didn't get installed....
> Obviously I'm missing something way too obvious for me to find
> out at
> this hour of the night, so I'd appreciate anybody's help with this!
I needed what I have learned to be called GUI Latin Modern fonts.
After having found the announcement by gerben Wierda ("Create figures
in other apps and use the same font as you use in TeX." Jan 11 04), I
have reinstalled TeX (with Full/2005 Install), but I did not get any
panel asking me if I wanted to install the Latin Modern fonts for other
(than TeX) applications.
Then, I have found the above message by Juan Palacios (and the answers
by Bruno Voisin and Gerben Wierda) in the archives of the list. The
difference is that I did not have any directory named
/Library/Fonts/Latin Modern (in both places where I could find them).
So I (re)installed FontForge, Freetype, then TeX another time (this
time with Expert/2005 options). Still no Latin Modern directory or
Then I decided to reconfigure, with all the options on. Same result.
Thanks for your help.
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