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Re: fontname postfixes
Vladimir Volovich <email@example.com> tastet:
> "BH" == Berthold Horn writes:
> BH> (3) Another feature of psfonts.map is to say how to reencode text
> BH> fonts. Again, since one normally has to use the same text font
> BH> encoding throghout, this can be done automatically by a global
> BH> setting of encoding vector for all text fonts.
> think of cyrillic users :) they have to use often at least two
> encodings: some latin (T1 or OT1) and some cyrillic (T2A, T2B, T2C,
> OT2, etc). so it is not possible/good to specify some global setting
> for encoding.
I wasn't going to. xdvik with type1 support will handle slanting and
extentions and multipele encodings. My e-mails seem to have been less
than clear. The thing I was going on about was 400 line fontmaps when
50 lines of exceptions would suffice (at least in western europe).