[OS X TeX] Hidden .PfaEdit folder

Gerben Wierda Gerben.Wierda at rna.nl
Sat Dec 11 16:08:58 EST 2004

On 11 Dec 2004, at 10:26, Will Robertson wrote:

> On 11 Dec 2004, at 7:37 PM, Gerben Wierda wrote:
>> That is weird for a folder that has been created in your home 
>> directory. However, what could have happened is that the first time 
>> you used fontforge it was for converting the Latin Modern fonts in 
>> the TeX i-Package, which is done as administrator.
> Speaking of this, Gerben, would it be possible to add this 
> auto-conversion feature as an option to turn of? I have my own LM 
> setup [1], which you know you may copy if you wish, that organises the 
> fonts into less families than yours. So every time I re-install TeX I 
> have to remember to delete your fonts afterwards or have my font menu 
> cluttered up even more than it is at the moment :)

I have no problem with that, but the easiest thing to do would be 
either for me to add a panel asking you if you want the conversion (or 
detect your results and *then* ask for permission.

> [1]: Available as always from 
> <http://www.mecheng.adelaide.edu.au/~will/tex/>.

Does it work for all kinds of apps (including Word and such) including 
the behaviour of the shape keys like Cmd-B, Cmd-I etc.? I ended up 
using my setup because with any setup with less families, the behaviour 
of those keys became very counterintuitive.


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