From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Sep 14 2004 - 07:27:02 PDT
TeX fonts tend to use their own conventions for glyph naming.
Therefore in order to make them available for XEP you need a custom
glyph list that maps glyph names to Unicode codepoints. This
feature is described in our documentation, take a look at
XEP distribution includes a sample glyph list for OmegaSerifIPA font.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
r> I'd like to use the (TeX) Computer Modern font within XEP so that PDF pages
r> rendered by XEP look identical to those rendered by LaTeX. I've added the
r> following to the xep\etc\fonts.xml file:
r> <font name="cmr10"
r> <alias name="Computer Modern"/>
r> and so on, for the bold, italic and sansserif fonts.
r> To the afm directory I added the .afm and .pfb files for the CM fonts.
r> I've run some tests rendering PDF, and this works OK except for the special
r> characters such as the uacute, trademark symbol, copyrights symbol, etc. The
r> Greek characters (e.g. Greek capital letter Theta Θ) come through all
r> How can I render the other special characters properly?
r> Who has dealt with this before and can point me into the right direction?
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