Walter Garcia-Fontes <walter.gar...@upf.edu> writes: > * Simon Albrecht, simon.albre...@mail.de [06/04/18 10:53]: >> Why not use a similar, but better, font without telling them? Maybe >> they won’t notice, or if they will, maybe it will be a positive >> reaction, or if not, you have good arguments at hand for telling them >> why your alternative is better, in terms of professional typography. > > Believe me, I tried. Some of you may know how stubborn some people may > be, even if they have something better in front of their noses.
I've already encountered the situation that I had a prescribed style sheet calling for Arial fonts and the sample sheets from a previous publisher clearly showed Helvetica (quite easier to achieve with a TeX-based workflow so I was quite relieved). It may be that the "prescribed" music font here similarly is a same-purpose clone of something saner in which case a replacement will quite likely go unnoticed anyway. -- David Kastrup _______________________________________________ lilypond-user mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/lilypond-user