Behaviour of \latinfamily
Fri, 29 May 1998 14:21:58 +0200
> I've found much more convenient to rename c8a.afm files (c7d indeed
> (with OsF)) to 8x.afm with a sed script that changes the glyph names
> accordingly, then to install the font as expert.
Incidently, I find the 7d-encoding names for OsF rather misleading.
If you look at the Adobe AFM files, all those OsF fonts come with a
full set of 228 glyphs, with the only difference of lining digits
being replaced by oldstyle. According to the fontname scheme, you
might as well use the variant letter 'j', hence
FontSC (& OsF)-> <fam><weight>c8a.afm
FontOsF -> <fam><weight>j8a.afm