[XeTeX] Strange Euler Script font behaviour

Otared Kavian otared at wanadoo.fr
Fri Nov 19 12:13:31 CET 2004

At 20:09 +1030 19/11/04, Will Robertson wrote:
>What is going on?
>    \font\1=eusm10 at 12 pt\1
>    ABCD
>    \bye
>In pdfTeX, I get "ABCD" in the Euler Script font.
>In XeTeX, I get "BCDE" (in Euler Script again) with messed up spacing.

Hi all,

However if you say

\font\eusmten=eusm10 at 12 pt
ABCD, $ABCD$ {\rm and} $$E := \{ABCD\}$$

then in XeTeX one gets, in math-mode, ABCD (non script)  and the 
correct braces...
It seems that there is a problem when eusm is used out of math-mode.
Also the digits (even in plain TeX), and some other characters are 
incorrect out of math-mode: compare

\font\eusmten=eusm10 at 12 pt

0123456789 =


Best regards: OK

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