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Valeriy E. Ushakov
Sat, 9 Jun 2001 21:31:45 +0400
On Sat, Jun 09, 2001 at 19:08:42 +0000, Sebastien Pierre wrote:
> I was wondering how to do ligatures in lout (like fi), and
> especially how to do an oe (when the two letters are close together-
> like in "oeuvre" for those who know French ;).
Hmm, adobe fonts has this glyph, so you may use custom afm file that
has necessary 'L' entries. E.g. for 'f' the ligatures are defined as:
C 102 ; WX 333 ; N f ; B 20 0 383 683 ; L i fi ; L l fl ;
Try extending the entry for 'o'
C 111 ; WX 500 ; N o ; B 29 -10 470 460 ;
L e oe;
and use custom LCM file that has the 'oe' glyph mapped (hmm, default
LtLatin1.LCM already has them mapped, so no action is requred). This
will turn o+e into 'oe' digraph "globbaly" for the font.
Alternatively, you can refer to this glyph by name (with @Char) or by
code (in LtLatin1.LCM - OE = "\203", oe = "\204").
PS: I heard an anecdote that when final vote was held on 8859-1 France
was not represented and Belgium representative said they don't need
'oe' and so 8859-1 misses this digraph.
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- Ligatures, Sebastien Pierre, 2001/06/09
- Re: Ligatures,
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- Re: Ligatures, David Duffy, 2001/06/11