[XeTeX] XeTeX, LaTeX, HTML and beautiful typography
will.adams at frycomm.com
Thu Feb 1 13:07:14 CET 2007
On Jan 31, 2007, at 3:21 PM, Rene Borgella wrote:
> Never mind -- I found the One Typeface: Many Fonts doc on a Wiki page.
> However, if there are any other must reads out there that you care to
> suggest, I'm all ears.
Would that be the .pdf (which is linked from http://en.wikipedia.org/
wiki/Typeface and in my portfolio at http://members.aol.com/willadams/
portfolio.html )? Or the xelatex source I posted here a while back?
The XeLaTeX source is here:
You do need to make up some .pdfs in advance so as to show the
ornaments --- has there been any change on that? I still find
awkwardness of accessing pi fonts in xetex, but can't think of a
really decent solution --- I guess I'm not alone?
I guess I really should up-date the text and the document --- maybe
switch it to Hoefler Text? Any other suggestions?
senior graphic designer
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