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LaTeX package for mathematical typesetting with the Adobe Stone Serif and 
Stone Sans fonts 

		version 2.0, 2011-02-09
		by Luis Marco Adri�n
		D�ctilos (http://www.dactilos.com)


This package provides metric files and LaTeX support for Stone Sans and 
Stone Serif fonts from Adobe. It has everything you need to typeset in this 
font -except the font itself. You need to purchase the fonts 
themselves: the pfb files are not included in the package. 


1. The Adobe Stone Sans and Stone Serif  fonts must be already installed 
on your system. 
2. To use the Greek letters need to install the package Mathdesign.


1. Install Adobe Stone Serif and Stone Sans types: you have to rename the afm 
and pfb files following the instructions in the manual Fontname (K. Berry).
2. Install the tfm and vf files (available in the fonts directory).
3. Install mathstone.sty and fd files (available in the tex directory).
4. Add ps8.map and pst.map in the configuration files of dvips, pdftex and 
DVI display (available in the dvips directory). For this refer to the LaTeX distribution.
5. Update database LaTeX files.


To use the package, simply add the following line in the preamble of 
your source file:


You can use the following command in your document

1. \textsb: command for Stone Sans Semibold font in text mode.
2. \mathversion{normal}: command for Stone Serif font in math environments.
3. \mathversion{bold}: command for Stone Serif Bold font in math environments.
4. \mathversion{semibold}: command for Stone Serif Semibold Italic font in math environments.
5. \mathversion{sans}: command for Stone Sans font in math environments.
6. \mathversion{sanssb}: command for Stone Sans Semibold Italic font in math environments.
7. \mathversion{sansb}: command for Stone Sans Bold Italic font in math environments.

You have in mind that the commands \mathversion{<version>} can only be used outside math mode.



- Have used the Greek font used in the package Mathdesign
- New orders: \textsb, \mathversion{semibold}, \mathversion{sans}, \mathversion{sanssb}, \mathversion{sansb}


- Changed the dash as minus sign.


- Experimental version


Copyright 2011 Luis Marco Adri�n for the 
Dactilos Project (http://www.dactilos.com)
All rights reserved.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License 
(http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.txt) as published by the 
Free Software Foundation; either version 3
of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
GNU General Public License for more details.


Thank you for using the MathStone.

Luis Marco Adri�n
D�ctilos (http://www.dactilos.com)

                                                    Barcelona (Spain), 2011

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math­stone – Use Adobe Stone Serif and Stone Sans for type­set­ting maths

The pack­age pro­vides met­ric files and sup­port for Stone Sans and Stone Serif fonts from Adobe, in both maths and text modes. It has ev­ery­thing you need to type­set in this font — ex­cept the font it­self. You need to pur­chase the fonts them­selves: the pfb files are not in­cluded in the pack­age. To use Greek let­ters, you need to in­stall the pack­age Mathde­sign.

Three math ver­sions (nor­mal, semi­bold and bold) are pro­vided for each font.

Li­cense GNU Gen­eral Public Li­cense, ver­sion 3
Copy­right2011 Luis Marco Adrián
Main­tainer Luis Marco Adrián
Con­tained inMiKTeX as math­stone
Topics sup­port is for a font not avail­able on CTAN
met­rics, macro in­can­ta­tions and other sup­port for maths fonts
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