[OS X TeX] times font
juantolo at me.com
Mon Oct 1 18:24:21 EDT 2012
Here is a simpler question, and I apologize in advance.
I am trying to use Times fonts, for things like the "@" sign.
In TeXtures, I was able to say
\font \timesfont= Times
and it worked (in Plan TeX).
Now, however, I get all kinds of error messages, such as "I can't find file Times,"
\timesfont = Times not loadable," etc.
What is the correct way to do it in Mac OS TeX?
On Sep 28, 2012, at 4:38 AM, Peter Dyballa wrote:
> Am 28.09.2012 um 08:14 schrieb Frank STENGEL:
>> It provides predefined sets of families. In a way it automates and extends (by adding options) the loading of the families described (and perhaps others) in Hartke's survey in PracTeX 2006 vol 1...
> At the end of this article I see Michael Zedler referenced (in the acknowledgements). He wrote a few packages to handle rich Adobe pro-fonts, Minion-Pro for example. Clea F. Rees, who obviously is not referenced here (I just searched through the PDF), extended NFSS2 a bit: 'texdoc nfssext-cfr' (very short, more available in her documentation of font packages; see below). Her work is based on Philipp Lehman’s nfssext.sty (not directly in TeX Live, -> 'texdoc fontinstallationguide') that already extends NFSS2. This all is meant for text use while the font survey tries to help setup of text + complicated (or complex?) maths. Maths is the field of Paul Pichaureau's Math Design fonts packages. The same area is also targeted by Michel Bovani's Fourier package.
> So, for what use, text or maths, are you looking?
> Some of Clea F. Rees' font packages:
> i adforn: OrnementsADF font with TeX/LaTeX support
> i adfsymbols: SymbolsADF with TeX/LaTeX support.
> i baskervald: Baskervald ADF fonts collection with TeX/LaTeX support.
> i berenisadf: Berenis ADF fonts and TeX/LaTeX support.
> i electrum: Electrum ADF fonts collection.
> i libris: Libris ADF fonts, with LaTeX support.
> i romande: Romande ADF fonts and LaTeX support.
> i venturisadf: Venturis ADF fonts collection.
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