[texhax] TeX-compatible font containing yogh?

D. R. Evans doc.evans at gmail.com
Wed Apr 22 19:52:54 CEST 2009

D. R. Evans said the following at 04/22/2009 11:07 AM :
> I'm typesetting something in Latin Modern, but just this morning discovered
> that the LM family contains no yogh (nor even an ezh, which would do at a
> pinch -- odd that it's missing both, because otherwise it seems remarkably
> complete).
> Can anyone here recommend a family that might reasonably be expected to be
> available in plain TeX-compatible format, which would be reasonably
> compatible with surrounding Latin Modern text, and which contains a yogh
> (or, if not, an ezh)?

I found cmoe at http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/jcb/fonts/. The yogh there is
good enough (albeit distinctly different from the yogh used by the OUP,
which I prefer).

If anyone happens to know an answer to the original question without doing
any work, I'd still be interested in knowing of more modern fonts that
contain a yogh glyph. But don't bother going to any effort, since my
problem is sufficiently well solved now.


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