Hi Adam,

Adam Lindsay <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

 Okay, it was trickier than I thought.
 But I used the .afm obtained from FontForge conversion, and discarded
 the .pfb.

   afm2pl -p `kpsewhich texnansi.enc` HelveticaNeue.afm
   pltotf HelveticaNeue

 Because I'm impatient, and wanted a quick test:
 \loadmapline[+HelveticaNeue HelveticaNeue " TeXnANSIEncoding
 ReEncodeFont " <texnansi.enc <HelveticaNeue.ttf]

Your result looks promising - but duplicating your way showed me my command line limits:

$ afm2pl -p `kpsewhich texnansi.enc` HelveticaNeue.afm
afm2pl: fatal: default.lig not found.

$ pltotf HelveticaNeue
pltotf: HelveticaNeue.pl: No such file or directory

As I have never used afm2pl or pltotf the usage above is praobably wrong.
Or was my Fontforge export bad?
(When I open the AFM exported by FontForge there are no entries for KerningPairs ...)

And looking at your test file: where are your ttf and other files in this situation?


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