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Re: [cjk] output with source han and xdvipdfmx

From: Hin-Tak Leung
Subject: Re: [cjk] output with source han and xdvipdfmx
Date: Fri, 2 Jun 2017 19:21:22 +0000 (UTC)

I am in the middle of getting all 3 working, so I'll just be brief...

I don't believe everything wikipedia says... The gigantic 300+ MB 
SourceHanNotoCJK.ttc with 142 typefaces (both Source San _AND_ Noto ) 
from https://github.com/adobe-fonts/source-han-super-otc , is built by a very 
well-known Adobe guy, Ken Lunde, from combining Source San and Noto. That 
convinces me that they are not the same :-). Even when they share many 
components and details. 

All the pdf-based work-flow (LuaTeX/XeTeX/pdfTeX/dvipdfmx) allows embedding 
actual pdf pages (plus clipping, etc) via the standard LaTeX "graphics" 
package. While 250 diagrams is a lot, if they are not modified too often, you 
can do a pure graphics 250-page pdf the old way, and do something like:

\includegraphics[page=23,viewport=312 588 542 720, clip]{myfigures250pages.pdf}

to insert them into the main document. This way you can have it both ways - 
have your psfrag-based figures within a more pdf-centric work-flow.

On Fri, 2/6/17, Amigo Aleman <address@hidden> wrote:

 Hallo Hin-Tak,
 concerning the Noto - Han Source relationship the
 Wikipedia under https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Source_Han_Sans
 writes even more explicitely: "The Source Han Sans font
 family was also released under the names Noto Sans CJK JP,
 Noto Sans CJK  KR, Noto Sans CJK SC, Noto Sans CJK TC by
 Google as part of its Noto fonts family." I don't
 know much more about that -- but that convinced me, that
 Noto and Source Han were the same?

My problem is simply
 the heavy use of psfrag in about 250 diagrams. 
 That means, that either the complete document or
 250 parts with one diagram each stick with good old LaTeX.

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