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baskervaldadf consists of:
1. the Baskervald ADF Std fonts developed by Hirwen Harendel, Arkandis Digital
Foundry (ADF) and released under the terms set out in the files COPYING and
NOTICE.txt in postscript type 1 format;
2. (La)TeX support by Clea F. Rees released under the LPPL. All files covered
by the LPPL are listed in the file manifest.txt.

Information and resources concerning Baskervald ADF, including truetype and
opentype versions of the fonts, and other ADF fonts can be found on the
foundry's homepage:

(La)TeX Support

For details, please see baskervaldadf.pdf.

The (La)TeX support requires nfssext-cfr and xkeyval. These packages are
available from CTAN.

The (La)TeX support should be considered somewhat experimental. If you find
any problems, please let me know and I will try to correct them. If you can
send a fix, so much the better.

Contact Details

If you have comments about the fonts themselves, please contact Hirwen
Harendal (harendalh <at> hotmail <dot> com). 

Clea F. Rees (cfrees <at> imapmail <dot> org)

Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (819.7k).

baskervaldadf – Baskervald ADF fonts collection with / support

Baskervald ADF is a serif family with lining figures designed as a substitute for Baskerville. The family currently includes upright and italic or oblique shapes in each of regular, bold and heavy weights. All fonts include the slashed zero and additional non-standard ligatures. The support package renames them according to the Karl Berry fontname scheme and defines two families. One of these primarily provides access to the “standard” or default characters while the other supports additional ligatures. The included package files provide access to these features in .

Home pagehttp://arkandis.tuxfamily.org/
LicensesThe Project Public License
MaintainerClea F. Rees
Contained inTeX Live as baskervald
MiKTeX as baskervaldadf
TopicsFont serif
Font Type1
See alsobaskervaldx
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