I'm trying to access Lucida Casual. I see in type-imp-lucida-typeone.mkiv that 
there is, indeed, a typescript for it, but I can't figure out how to switch to 
it. That is, I want to make some text be Lucida Casual.

I gather from a previous thread that I should be using \definefontstyle, but I 
don't know how to go about this.

Currently I'm just defining a new typescript and making Lucida Casual a synonym 
for Serif and then using \switchtobodyfont --- but this feel silly.

I searched the wiki and skimmed the reference manual, but to no avail. Perhaps 
I don't know what I should be looking for.

Any help would be appreciated. What's the easiest way to access a casual font? 
What's the cleanest way?

Mattias Märka
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