[XeTeX] OpenType font that includes CJK & IPA
yosato16 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 24 12:28:35 CEST 2009
Thanks all, yes Joel, true that one size for all doesn't always work,
given the Han unification... just me being lazy I guess, but my use of
hanzi/kanji/hanja would be limited as a TeX user (some Korean fonts, btw,
include hangul, kanji & kana, which all do not look bad). I'll try the
fonts suggested by Peter.
But more important for me is IPA. Igarashi-san, you say M+ works for IPA,
but I've been using a combined font fetched from somewhere called M+IPAG
or something (fyi: confusingly here IPA being a Japanese font name) and
so far without success with XeTeX for IPA, though other western fonts
work well (like, Deja-Vu). I think there are many ways I can get it
wrong, but if you think of some typical one do let me know...
On Wed, 23 Sep 2009 10:49:51 +0200, Peter Dyballa wrote:
> Am 22.09.2009 um 15:42 schrieb Yo Sato:
>> I wonder if
>> there is any opentype (or some other free Linux) fontset that includes
>> both CJK and IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) in full. Well, if
>> not in full, in part.
> It's unlikely that such a font exists. Code2000 offers a lot of CJK and
> IPA. Arial Unicode MS comes close. Sun-ExtA (50 K glyphs, OTF based on
> TT) is another candidate.
> http://www.wazu.jp/ lists fonts according the Unicode blocks they
> support. Maybe you'll find one there which satisfies your needs.
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