unwanted (i.e. wrong) kern pairs introduced

Richard Walker Richard.Walker@cs.anu.edu.au
Wed, 16 May 2001 03:56:33 +0200

Lars =?iso-8859-1?Q?Hellstr=F6m?= writes:
 > 1. Circumvent \latinfamily altogether: Extract all the INFO> lines from the
 > log file and make a command file that uses the \installfont interface to
 > fontinst instead, then edit that to get rid of the kerns. In particular,
 > you might want to change the above \installfont to
 > \installfont{fpar9d}%
 >   {fpar8r,unsetnum,kernoff,fparc8r,kernon,resetosf,latin}{T1j}%
 >   {T1}{fpaj}{m}{n}{}
 > The kernoff and kernon will make \setkern a noop during the time fparc8r is
 > read.

I tried this and it seems to have done the trick - thanks for the tip!

(Yet another occasion I am very glad I know how to use Emacs keyboard