Adam Lindsay <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Steffen Wolfrum said this at Fri, 11 Mar 2005 12:33:13 +0100:
>In fact, this is something I would like to have also for other >purposes (for example to use a second set of oldstyle figures): >defining my own *myserif* or *mysans* that could be used then in a >typescriptfile the same way as sans, serif and mono are used there. > >But up to now I didn't manage it. > >Somebody did and would like to share his/her knowledge?
Okay, thanks for clarifying.
You might like to take a look at the typescripts in the OpenType.zip file at <http://homepage.mac.com/atl/tex/>. I defined full myserif/mysans families (I called them romancaps and capsans) to stand next to the serif and sans families (same font, different features). There are also a couple convenience macros in there to help switch between the two.
Is that the sort of thing you're looking for? There's nothing inherently SmallCaps (or OpenType) about the fundamental typescripts--that's just the first testing ground I found.
I had a look at your file but I think my point is different:
You still use only the predefined serif, sans etc. \usetypescript[serif]... \usetypescript[sans]... \usetypescript[math]...
but I would like to use also \usetypescript[myserif]... and the corresponding \myrm (next to \tt and \ss).
I don't know Hans' texnical term for serif, sans, mono, math etc. is (as used above).
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