domitian – Drop-in replacement for Palatino
The Domitian fonts are a free and open-source OpenType font family, based on the Palatino design by Hermann Zapf (1918-2015), as implemented in Palladio, the version distributed as part of URW's free Core 35 PostScript fonts (2.0).
Domitian is meant as a drop-in replacement for Adobe's version of Palatino. It extends Palladio with small capitals, old-style figures and scientific inferiors. The metrics have been adjusted to more closely match Adobe Palatino, and hinting has been improved.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3c|
Free license not otherwise listed
The SIL Open Font License
|Copyright||2019–2020 Daniel Benjamin Miller|
|Maintainer||Daniel Benjamin Miller|
|Contained in||TeX Live as domitian|
MiKTeX as domitian
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