[OS X TeX] Fourier as TrueType?
bvoisin at mac.com
Wed Aug 10 10:44:55 EDT 2005
Le 10 août 05 à 16:14, Michael S. Hanson a écrit :
> Does anyone know of either: (1) an existing TrueType (or other
> Cocoa-app compatible font format) version of the Fourier math fonts
> that accompany the Utopia text font, or (2) an "idiot-
> proof" ('cause when it comes to working with font tools, I'm pretty
> hopeless) way to convert the Fourier fonts distributed with gwTeX
> into said format? (I'm assuming there is no licensing issue here
> -- please correct me if I am mistaken.)
FontForge should do the job, though I've never managed to find the
proper way to use it (exact choice of options when converting from
one font format to another). i-Installer has an i-Package for it. It
needs X11 to be installed (optional when installing OS X). Once both
are installed, you may either:
- Launch FontForge from Terminal by typing:
- Launch FontForge from X11 by typing, in the xterm window:
- Add a new item to X11's Applications menu, with:
and then use this menu.
At install time, the TeX i-Package converts the PostScript Latin
Modern fonts included in teTeX to OpenType format (in /Library/Fonts/
Latin Modern/) for use in OS X GUI applications, which seems to
indicate the same conversion should be possible for the Fourier fonts
You might try to contact Michel Bovani, the author of the Fourier-GUT
fonts. His email address may be found at <http://www.gutenberg.eu.org/
distributions/macos/107-mac.html>, for example.
> Thanks in advance! (Someday I hope to anticipate these
> requests rather than realizing what I need mere hours before a
Do you know this Calvin & Hobbes strip (that's Calvin & Hobbes
playing in a sandbox and chatting, I don't remember the exact
wording, I'll check at home):
- Calvin: I can't work except when I'm in the correct mood for it.
- Hobbes: What's this, then?
- Calvin: Last-minute panic!
Alas, too often do I experience the truth in this!
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