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CTAN Update: kpfonts-otf

Date: January 31, 2021 2:52:54 PM CET
Daniel Flipo submitted an update to the kpfonts-otf package. Version: 0.34 2021-01-30 License: ofl lppl1.3 Summary description: OTF version of the Kp-fonts Announcement text:
* Massive glyph cleaning: many spurious control points deleted in glyphs for both Math and Text fonts. * Math fonts: metrics (width, italic correction) reviewed; accents ovhook (U+0309), candra (U+0310), vertoverlay (U+202D) added. * Text fonts: added 54 glyphs in Latin-A range (mostly complete now); German capital Eszet (U+1E9E) added, in Petite and Small caps too, feature "StylisticSet=2" added to get SS instead of capital Eszet; kernings before and after quoteright improved; diacritics corrected in KpRoman-LightItalic (some were upright); breaking change: feature "Alternate=1" changed to "StylisticSet=1" as it didn't work with XeTeX.
The package’s Catalogue entry can be viewed at https://ctan.org/pkg/kpfonts-otf The package’s files themselves can be inspected at http://mirror.ctan.org/fonts/kpfonts-otf/
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Petra Rübe-Pugliese
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kpfonts-otf – OTF version of the Kp-fonts

This bundle provides OpenType versions of the Type1 Kp-fonts designed by Christophe Caignaert. It is usable with Lua or engines only.

It consists of sixteen Text fonts (eight Serif, four Sans-Serif, four Monotype) and five Math fonts.

Serif and Sans-Serif families have small caps available in two sizes (SmallCaps and PetitesCaps), upper and lowercase digits, real superscripts and subscripts; ancient ligatures (ct and st), ancient long-s and a long-tailed capital Q are available via font features.

Math fonts cover all usual symbols including AMS’; a full list of available symbols is provided, see the ‘List of glyphs’.

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