[OS X TeX] One more time... Lucida Bright installation
stephenmoye at cox.net
Fri Oct 7 18:09:32 EDT 2005
On Oct 7, 2005, at 11:06 AM, Bruno Voisin wrote:
> Le 7 oct. 05 à 16:09, stephenmoye at cox.net a écrit :
>> I hate to be tedious, but is there a single, definitive and
>> authoritative source that details all of the steps necessary to
>> install Lucida Bright? Are there pre-existing and current tfms,
>> vfs and fds available? I've got a legal set of the Mac fonts, and
>> a little unix foreach/t1unmac magic works wonders. A detailed (and
>> current) list of what the *.pfb files should be named would be
>> useful, too.
> Everything except the PFB font files is already included in teTeX.
> As to how to rename these PFB files, Gary Gray posted detailed
> instructions a long time ago. It should be on the list archive
> Following is a former message from Gary.
> Hope this helps,
> Bruno Voisin
>> De : "Gary L. Gray"
>> Date : 25 janvier 2005 05:08:09 HNEC
>> À : TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List
>> Objet : Rép : [OS X TeX] Current "best practice" for Lucida under
>> On Jan 24, 2005, at 10:45 PM, Ian Morrison wrote:
>>> I have been made a number of attempts to migrate Lucida which I have
>>> had working fine for years under both Textures and OzTex in
>>> Classic to
>>> a Jaguar TeXShop installation (via i-Installer's "Full" option)
>>> with no
>>> success. It's not that I have not tried to find and use already
>>> recipes. I have tried at least a half-dozen of various vintages
>>> in online searches and nothing I try works (not too surprising since
>>> there's a lot of divergence between the recipes and what the recipes
>>> say is needed seems to be a moving target as teTeX evolves). I
>>> have the
>>> full 41 font expert set purchased from YandY for Classic
>>> [converted to
>>> pfbs using Fondu] and I have renamed and inserted in the teTeX
>>> tree in
>>> several ways with no luck.
>>> Is it true, as I seem to sniff from some posts, that all the needed
>>> tfm, vf, fd and map files are in the current teTeX distribution and
>>> that all that I need to add are the Type 1 fonts. If so, where do
>>> go, what are the "right" names (Berry or YandY variants or can I use
>>> either, is the exact folder structure important, etc.)? If not, what
>>> else must I provide and where?
>>> I'm not very knowledgable about (or fond of) UNIX but I think I
>>> can follow a
>>> detailed working recipe. I just can't seem to locate one.
>> Here is my setup. This works with the TeXLive 2004 installation
>> using Gerben's distribution and, for example,
>> I have the following in
>> Also see my posting from June 5, 2003 for more detail:
>> I hope this helps.
>> All the best,
>> -- Gary
I have created the necessary fonts and put them where they should be,
did sudo texhash, but still no Lucida. Do I have to run some form of
updmap to make things work? If so, which?
I am also getting an error when I latex the file (pdflatex does not
give the error message):
This script has been deprecated. Please call
simpdftex latex --maxpfb lubrtest.tex
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