[pdftex] Re: Old-style figures in Palatino?

Berthold Crysmann crysmann at dfki.de
Sat Jun 23 19:47:18 CEST 2001

Thierry Bouche wrote:

> Thierry Bouche a écrit :
> >
> > I may send you a working
> > setup if I find some time for that.
> >
> well... I did it, the relevant files are packaged in
> ftp://fourier.ujf-grenoble.fr/pub/contrib-tex/psfonts/linotype/Palatino.zip
> What is this ?
> All the files you need (except the actual .ttf files that are bundled
> with win2000, maybe you can find them somewhere on the gigantic www site
> of MS?) to switch to palatino linotype OTF.
> This may not be ordered according to TDS or your texmf.cnf, but it's not
> that hard to figure where to put things.
> the sources and some examples PDF are included as well.
> The idea in this was to break the big TTFs (1200+ glyphs!) into 8bits
> parts with LaTeX known encodings, then installing them straightforwardly
> with fontinst (I loosely made a modified 8x.enc in order to have few
> more glyphs such as euro and eng, rather than making yet another font &
> encoding).
> This could work as well with dvips, the only required thing would be to
> make PFBs from the TTFs, which is something that can be done with
> FontLab, e.g.
> the zip includes text fonts (OT1, T1 and TS1 with euro) and two math
> italics fonts (OML) with a mixture of palatino (at least greek) and cm

You could actually use the pxfonts, or mathpazo here, couldn't you?

Do the fonts contain the International Phonetic Alphabet? If so, I would be
very grateful if you considered also to provide a T3 encoding.



> (for some reason, i tried to use belleek, and it failed).
> Enjoy,
> Thierry
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