[OS X TeX] help needed to install Adobe Euro fonts

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Fri Jan 19 04:49:22 EST 2007

Am 19.01.2007 um 01:56 schrieb André Bellaïche:

> So, I shalll use eurosans to match Helvetica Narrow, etc., europs  
> for ordinary text. If the texte is typeset with Helvetica Narrow,  
> europs does not take the initiative of calling the narrow version  
> of the euro glyph. To get it, you have to switch to \tt (make it  
> believe you use Courier).

There is often, with a very good font, the chance to use the textcomp  
package and address € and dozens other glyphs directly. Try 'texdoc  
tstlmts1' for Latin Modern!

If your TeX installation has fontinst also, then you can run LaTeX on  
ts1.etx. It produces a DVI or PDF output file that describes the TS1  
or 8c or TeX text companion encoding. Having in a LaTeX file

	\usepackage[latin9]{inputenc}	% knows €, latin1 does not!

you can simply type € in the text to get it. If you want a particular  
shape to appear, then use \textrm{€} or \textsf{€} or \texttt{€}!



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build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying  
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