[XeTeX] fontspec 1.5 (& Lucida Math)

Adam Lindsay atl at comp.lancs.ac.uk
Fri Dec 3 16:51:58 CET 2004


Nice suggestion, but I don't see this as a replacement, but just another
option. However...

Bruno Voisin said this at Fri, 3 Dec 2004 16:41:33 +0100:

>	The licence of fourier-GUTenberg is lppl (latex public
>	project licence). All the files of this distribution remain in 
>	wich name is "fourier".
>	texmf/dvips/fourier
>	texmf/fonts/tfm/public/fourier
>	texmf/fonts/type1/public/fourier
>	texmf/fonts/vf/public/fourier
>	texmf/tex/latex/fourier

Fourier, as deployed, makes fairly heavy use of VF files, and also relies
on Utopia for its more normal characters. As Utopia is from Adobe, I
can't imagine the conversion issue is quite as straightforward...

>They have the appropriate "boldness", too, I think, given the Fourier 
>fonts were constructed to provide, together with Utopia, a lookalike 
>for the pair Lucida NewMath + Lucida Bright.

Really? I'd never heard that, with Fourier/Utopia intended as a Lucida
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