[OS X TeX] A heretic thought
ross.moore at mq.edu.au
Sun Aug 10 15:40:11 EDT 2014
On 11/08/2014, at 5:07, George Gratzer <gratzer at me.com> wrote:
> Hi Ross,
> But if it is plain text, not much of a logo.
It is not meant to be plain text.
It is meant to have the raised, smaller uppercase A
and the lowered, slightly smaller uppercase E.
Set it once properly (i.e. with appropriate kerning)
inside a box, then have your macro just copy the box.
If you need different sizes, e.g for headings, then the macro
can involve scaling the box to match the font height.
> I tried a chapter title, looked surprisingly good upright.
I think it should always be upright.
Indeed, always with serifs.
If you are concerned about Copy/Paste, or other forms of text extraction, then tag the logo using /ActualText , to supply a textual replacement. This is precisely one of the stated purposes of /ActualText .
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