From: rondeelvantrigt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Sep 14 2004 - 06:14:52 PDT
I'd like to use the (TeX) Computer Modern font within XEP so that PDF pages
rendered by XEP look identical to those rendered by LaTeX. I've added the
following to the xep\etc\fonts.xml file:
<alias name="Computer Modern"/>
and so on, for the bold, italic and sansserif fonts.
To the afm directory I added the .afm and .pfb files for the CM fonts.
I've run some tests rendering PDF, and this works OK except for the special
characters such as the uacute, trademark symbol, copyrights symbol, etc. The
Greek characters (e.g. Greek capital letter Theta Θ) come through all
How can I render the other special characters properly?
Who has dealt with this before and can point me into the right direction?
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