From: Nikolai Grigoriev (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Feb 07 2003 - 14:31:13 PST
> I configured XEP to use this Type1 font, but I can access just
> characters which are defined in an encoding vector. Is this is known
> limitation of XEP, or is there any other problem?
This is a known and documented limitation. For most Type 1 fonts,
we can access only characters from the embedded encoding.
> I wanna to use characters like zcaron, which are defined in standard
> Adobe glyph list as mentioned in documentation, so XEP should find
> these glyphs in a font.
The formatter has no problems finding them; but output generators
are not yet capable of defining custom encodings for fonts. It is
in the TODO list, but with a relatively low priority: in most cases,
it is possible to reencode the font outside XEP.
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