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README
This is the README for the noto package, version 2019-03-15.

This package provides LaTeX, pdfLaTeX, XeLaTeX and LuaLaTeX
support for the NotoSerif, NotoSans and NotoMono families of
fonts, designed by Steve Matteson for Google.

To install this package on a TDS-compliant TeX system download the
file "tex-archive"/install/fonts/noto.tds.zip, where the
preferred URL for "tex-archive" is http://mirror.ctan.org. Unzip
the archive at the root of an appropriate texmf tree, likely a
personal or local tree. If necessary, update the file-name database
(e.g., texhash). Update the font-map files by enabling the Map file
noto.map.

To use, add

\usepackage{noto}

to the preamble of your document. This will activate
NotoSerif as the main (serifed) text font, NotoSans as the
sans font and NotoMono as the fixed-width font.

To activate NotoSerif without NotoSans, use

\usepackage[rm]{noto}

or

\usepackage{noto-serif}.

Similarly, to activate NotoSans without NotoSerif use

\usepackage[sf]{noto} 

or

\usepackage{noto-sans}

To use NotoSans as the main text font, use the

  sfdefault

option.

This re-defines \familydefault, not \rmdefault. LuaLaTeX and
xeLaTeX users who might prefer type1 fonts or who wish to
avoid fontspec may use the type1 option. Use option nott to
avoid activating NotoMono as the fixed-width font.
To active just NotoMono, use

\usepackage{noto-mono}

Options scaled=<number> or scale=<number> may be used to
scale the NotoSans and NotoMono fonts; the serifed variants
are not affected unless noto-serif is being used.

Font encodings supported are OT1, T1, LY1, LGR and TS1.

The following options
may be used:

  pf proportional
  osf oldstyle
  lf lining
  tf tabular

The default figures are lining-tabular.  

  thin
  extralight
  light
  regular
  medium

The default weight is Regular.

  semibold
  bold
  extrabold
  black

The default bold weight is Bold.

Macros \notoserif, \notosans and \notomono select the
NotoSerif, NotoSans and NotoMono families, respectively.

The original fonts are available at
https://www.google.com/get/noto and are licensed under the
SIL Open Font License, (version 1.1); the text may be found
in the doc directory. The type1 versions were created using
ccftot1; fontforge was used to generate bold and italic
(i.e., oblique) variants of NotoMono. The support files were
created using autoinst and are licensed under the terms of
the LaTeX Project Public License. The maintainer of this
package is Bob Tennent (rdt at cs.queensu.ca)

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (61.9M).

noto – Sup­port for Noto fonts

This pack­age pro­vides , pdf, XeLaTeX and Lua sup­port for the No­toSerif and No­toSans fam­i­lies of fonts, de­signed by Steve Mat­te­son for Google.

Pack­agenoto
Home pagehttps://www.google.com/get/noto/
Ver­sion 2019-03-15
Li­censesThe Project Public Li­cense
The SIL Open Font Li­cense
Main­tainerBob Ten­nent
TDS archivenoto.tds.zip
Con­tained inTeX Live as noto
MiKTeX as noto
TopicsSans Font
Pro­por­tional Font
Font t1enc
OTF Font
Font Type1
Body Font
Font
Font serif
...
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