On 2007-10-06 08:50, Frank Jahnke <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>On Sat, 2007-10-06 at 12:22 +0300, Giorgos Keramidas wrote:
>> Since the first releases of TeX, there have been many interesting
>> developments about font-handling in the TeX world, like the typeface
>> definitions of ConTeXt, and the drop-in packages of LaTeX which allow
>> one to use Palatino, Helvetica, and other classic fonts.
> I figured this was the case, and it makes a difference. This is OT,
> but do you have a link that describe what font families are available?
> I assume the Postscript base set is easy. But how about the others?
> Continuing the OT, it is also interesting that the desktop publishing
> applications that I am aware of (an that is certainly incomplete) do
> not handle equations very well either. Scribus didn't the last time I
> looked; Frame might but that is not really an option.
ConTeXt includes several pre-defined `typescripts'. If you want to read
more details about fonts in ConTeXt, then the wiki of ConTeXt may be
useful; especially the pages:
One of the examples which I like a lot is the installation of `Lucida'
fonts in ConTeXt:
The font installation instructions use Windows-like pathnames, but they
are easy to translate to `Unix-speak' too :-)
To answer the original questions:
``what font families are available?''
``I assume the Postscript base set is easy.''
There are several typescripts available as predefined typescripts in
ConTeXt. A nice demo of these typescripts in action can be found at:
This example PDF includes a typescript demo which uses the standard
PostScript(TM) fonts (Times, Courier, and Helvetica) too :-)
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