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Re: Lout and Latin-2

From: Valeriy E. Ushakov
Subject: Re: Lout and Latin-2
Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 20:49:32 +0300

On Fri, Feb 18, 2000 at 04:52:30PM +0100, rafal polonski wrote:

> > of both Latin1 and Latin2 (unfortunately they use some non-standard
> > glyph names).
> Literaturna'ya worked for me writing in polish.

Hungarian double acute vowels have canonical glyphnames: ohungarumlaut
and uhungarumlaut, see Adobe's glyphlist at:


Literaturnaya misnames them as odblacute and udblacute.

> P.S maybe it is worth mentioning about using type42 fonts in Lout?
> I have converted few TTFs and this solution has nice effects.

Unfortunately comp.fonts FAQ by Norm Walsh is no longer
maintained (last update was in 1996). 


This conversion stuff really belongs there.  People also have to be
aware that not all PS interpreters (e.g. real PS printers) support
Type42 fonts.  It would be a waste of effort to duplicate all this
information in Lout FAQ.

SY, Uwe
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