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Text complement font
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- Subject: Text complement font
- From: J%org Knappen <Joerg.Knappen@uni-mainz.de>
- Date: Wed, 1 Sep 1993 12:27 +0200
Maybe now it is time to start on the text complement font. Yannis Haralambous
has made the important remark, that the cm text fonts contain a single
straight quote (e.g. the caps'n'small caps or the typewriter fonts) which is
not included in the dc encoding yet. I think, a good place for it will be the
text complement font.
Are there other characters from cm-fonts we have overlooked so far?
What about the arrows from cmtex?
Then, here are some currency symbols to add to the complement font:
|C (vertical crossed C): Cedi (Ghana), Col\'on (Costa Rica)
|G (vertical crossed G): Guarani (Paraguay)
=N (double horizontal crossed N): Naira (Nigeria)
-P (horizontal crossed P): Peso (Phillipines)
-W (horizontal crossed W): Won (both Koreas)
was the cent symbol proposed yet?
Should care of /dollaroldstyle and /centoldstyle which are included in some