From: Gustaf Liljegren (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Nov 25 2002 - 09:44:45 PST
>I am trying to publish an English text with some Greek and mathematical
>symbols. It has a lot of EPS graphics, so I need to use the PostScript
>backend. Does anybody have a good recommendation of a Type 1 font they have
>successfully used with XEP that supports these character sets and where I
>can get a copy?
Have you tried the Symbol font? Symbol comes with XEP and is also part of
Adobe's basic fonts (those Acrobat Reader is always supposed to handle, if
I got that right). Run the file /examples/charsets/symbol.fo in your XEP
directory too see the glyphs and their Unicode numbers.
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