[Fontinst] configuring for special font

WillAdams at aol.com WillAdams at aol.com
Thu Oct 26 04:55:06 CEST 2006

The typical thing to do w/ a TrueType font w/ arbitrary encoding is to use 
ttf2tfm to create a .tfm, work up a map file, .vf if necessary and to set up 
pdftex w/ where all of the above is located.

There's a fairly detailed page on it here:


fontinst is needful when one needs to set up a traditional text oriented 
font, and can be useful for other tasks if one needs to set up complexities in a 
virtual font.


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