Tilde/asciitilde, circumflex/asciicircum

Primoz Peterlin peterlin@biofiz.mf.uni-lj.si
Wed, 6 Sep 2000 19:32:40 -0400


On Tue, 5 Sep 2000, Pierre MacKay wrote:

> Again, if you know where the character really resides, you
> can set in a
>       (SETCHAR D nnn) to point to it
> You can simply copy the SETCHAR lines from
> CHARACTER 94 and CHARACTER 126 into the recipes for
> CHARACTER 2 and CHARACTER 3.
> Sometimes this sort of direct manipulation is preferable
> when you are starting out from a botched original.

It worked, thank you! But this is probably a common enough problem that
fontinst provides some remedy for it. Is this what \setglyph is for?
Something like

\setglyph{tilde}
  \glyph{asciitilde}{1000}
\endsetglyph

Hmmm. I'll have to try.

With kind regards,
Primoz

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