[OS X TeX] Definitive font guide, please?

cfrees at imapmail.org cfrees at imapmail.org
Tue Dec 23 22:33:55 CET 2008

On Tue 23rd Dec, 2008 at 13:26, David B. Thompson, Ph.D., P.E., D.WRE, CFM...:

> On Dec 23, 2008, at 11:42, Nestor Aguilera wrote:
>> I do use regularly the mathdesign package. In my experience (with 
>> pdflatex), everything except the pfb files for garamond is included in 
>> texlive.
> Sorry, I think I was mistaken. When I look at the fonts directory, I find
> thompson$ ls mdugm
> md-gmm7m.pfb    md-gmm8t.pfb    md-gmmma.pfb    md-gmr7y.pfb    md-gmri8c.pfb
> md-gmm7t.pfb    md-gmmi7m.pfb   md-gmmmb.pfb    md-gmr8c.pfb    md-gmri8t.pfb
> md-gmm7v.pfb    md-gmmi7t.pfb   md-gmr7m.pfb    md-gmr8t.pfb    md-gmrma.pfb
> md-gmm7y.pfb    md-gmmi8c.pfb   md-gmr7t.pfb    md-gmri7m.pfb   md-gmrmb.pfb
> md-gmm8c.pfb    md-gmmi8t.pfb   md-gmr7v.pfb    md-gmri7t.pfb
> I also checked the maps, running updmaps --list and checking the list...
> Map mdbch.map
> Map mdput.map
> Map mdugm.map
> Now I'm confused again. Does this make sense to anyone?

Aren't these the mathdesign fonts? That is the mathdesign fonts which
complement garamond are installed but garamond itself is not (because
the licence prevents inclusion in TeX Live).

- cfr

> -=d

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