[XeTeX] Re: maths delimiter design

Suki Venkat, [TnQ] skvenkat at tnq.co.in
Thu Nov 24 06:30:58 CET 2005

On Wed, 23 Nov 2005 13:38:21, Will Robertson wrote:

> A while ago there was a short discussion about the merits of piece- 
> wise built delimiters over simply scaling a single glyph. For a good  
> example of this, Johannes Kster's presentation slides from a  
> conference in 2004 show the differences between them on page 19:
>    <http://typoma.com/publ/20041002-atypi.pdf>
> Incidentally, he is working on a set of maths fonts to blend with  
> Adobe Minion, which, when complete, will cover many, if not all of,  
> the unicode maths glyphs:
>    <http://typoma.com/en/fonts.html>
> This project could be of great interest when XeTeX is extended to  
> handle unicode \mathchars.

Thanks Will for the link.
I will wait for that day to arrive to start my dream project in


;) If you cut and paste "Küster" from standard LaTeX PDFs it will become
"Kster". It happened to me in my earlier e-mail when I copied "Karel
Skoupý"; it left out the last character.

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