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Direc­tory fonts/duerer

This file is public domain.
Originally written 1990, Alan Hoenig.
This notice added by Clea F. Rees 2010/12/13 following correspondence between
Alan Hoenig and Karl Berry, who also suggested adding the included reference to
<http://tug.org/TUGboat/tb11-3/tb29hoenig.pdf> and renaming duerer.readme to
README. File list and references amended accordingly.

This directory contains the "Computer Duerer" fonts designed by Alan Hoenig (see
the 1990 TUG Conference Proceedings for a full background on this or Alan
Hoenig's article at <http://tug.org/TUGboat/tb11-3/tb29hoenig.pdf> for further
details). The version here is for use as titling only and consists of the
uppercase letters A-Z.
README                    This file
cdb10.mf                  Computer Duerer Boldface
cdi10.mf                  Computer Duerer "Informal" (modeled in
                              part, after Stone Informal) This
                              font does not generate properly at
                              resolutions under ~400dpi.
cdr10.mf                  Computer Duerer Roman
cdsl10.mf                 Computer Duerer Slanted
cdss10.mf                 Computer Duerer Sans Serif
cdtt10.mf                 Computer Duerer Typewriter Type
dromani.mf                Low level MF files for the Computer
dromanu.mf                Duerer fonts

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (28.0k).

duerer – Com­puter Duerer fonts

Th­ese fonts are de­signed for ti­tling use, and con­sist of cap­i­tal ro­man let­ters only. To­gether with the nor­mal set of base shapes, the fam­ily also of­fers an in­for­mal shape. The dis­tri­bu­tion is as source.

sup­port is avail­able in the duerer-la­tex bun­dle.

Ver­sion 2010-12-13
Li­cense Public Do­main Soft­ware
Main­tainerAlan Hoenig
Con­tained inTeX Live as duerer
MiKTeX as duerer
Topics fonts them­selves
fonts dis­tributed as source
See also duerer-
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