rodolfo.medina at gmail.com
Fri Aug 17 16:31:12 CEST 2018
Does anyone have any experience in converting an .otf metric file to .tfm
format, using the command `otftotfm' from lcdf-typetools linux package?
Examples shown at:
$ otftotfm VectoraLTPro-Roman.otf
so obtaining a tfm file that then loaded as usual into tex with:
\font\myfont=VectoraLTPro-Roman at 10pt
does not produce the desired font... In its place, the default standard cmr10.
Please help whoever can. I know I can override the problem using xetex and
loading the font with:
\font\myfont="[VectoraLTPro-Roman.otf]" at 10pt
, but I'd prefer as usual - as long as possible - using my dear old tools:
plain TeX -> dvips -z -> ps2pdf.
Thanks for any help,
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