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CTAN Up­date: fpl

Date: Jan­uary 4, 2019 9:39:40 PM CET
Ralf Stub­ner sub­mit­ted an up­date to the fpl pack­age. Ver­sion: 1.003 2018-12-11 Li­cense: gpl2 lppl Sum­mary de­scrip­tion: SC and OsF fonts for URW Pal­la­dio L An­nounce­ment text:
Ver­sion 1.003 2018-12-11 * Re­gen­er­ate the fonts with cur­rent Fon­tForge re­solv­ing PDF/A com­pat­i­bil­ity prob­lem. * Use the same dual li­cens­ing as the orig­i­nal URW fonts, c.f. <URL:http://www.tug.org/fonts/lppl-urw.txt>
The pack­age’s Cat­a­logue en­try can be viewed at https://ctan.org/pkg/fpl The pack­age’s files them­selves can be in­spected at http://mir­ror.ctan.org/fonts/fpl/
Thanks for the up­load. For the CTAN Team Pe­tra Rübe-Pugliese
We are sup­ported by the TeX users groups. Please join a users group; see https://www.tug.org/user­groups.html .

fpl – SC and OsF fonts for URW Pal­la­dio L

The FPL Fonts pro­vide a set of SC/OsF fonts for URW Pal­la­dio L which are com­pat­i­ble with re­spect to met­rics with the Palatino SC/OsF fonts from Adobe. Note that it is not my aim to ex­actly re­pro­duce the out­lines of the orig­i­nal Adobe fonts. The SC and OsF in the FPL Fonts were de­signed with the glyphs from URW Pal­la­dio L as start­ing point. For some glyphs (e.g. ‘o’) I got the best re­sult by scal­ing and bold­en­ing. For oth­ers (e.g. ‘h’) shift­ing se­lected por­tions of the char­ac­ter gave more sat­is­fy­ing re­sults. All this was done us­ing the free font ed­i­tor Fon­tForge. The kern­ing data in these fonts comes from Wal­ter Sch­midt’s im­proved Palatino met­rics.

use is en­abled by the math­pazo pack­age, which is part of the psnfss dis­tri­bu­tion.

Ver­sion1.003 2018-12-11
Copy­right2004, 2005 Ralf Stub­ner
Main­tainerRalf Stub­ner



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