# Directory `obsolete/macros/plain/contrib/fontch20`

README

README File of the package fontch.tex V2.0 2007/09/04 fontch.tex: Macros for changing fonts and sizes in plain TeX Rodrigo Medina (IVIC) rmedina@ivic.ve Suggested locations: .../texmf/tex/plain/fontch/ .../texmf/doc/tex/fontch/README.txt Licence: LPPL Components ---------- The fontch V2.0 package is composed of the following files: README.txt -- This file fontch.tex -- main macros bsymbols.tex -- macros for boldface symbols TS1mac.tex -- macros for the TS1 companion symbols DSmac.tex -- auxiliary file for the DStroke option Description ----------- This package allows, in plain TeX, to change with a single command the size of all fonts that are used for text input and math input. Main text fonts of sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 20 and 24 points are available. Fonts of sizes 5, 6, 7 and 9 points are used in subscripts and subscripts of subscripts of other main sizes. In addition fontch gives support to: - boldface math-italic and boldface math symbols, - T1 Latin Modern fonts, - TS1 companion symbol fonts. - AMS fonts for boldface math, - Double Stroke fonts for blackboard bold symbols Requierements ------------- - In order to use the T1 options LMTone and LMTSone, you need to have installed the Latin Modern fonts. - In order to use the AMSfont option you need to have installed the AMS fonts. - In order to use the DStroke option ou need to have installed the Double Stroke fonts. Installation ------------ You have only to put the macro files fontch.tex, bsymbols.tex, TS1mac.tex and DSmac.tex in any sensible place in the texmf tree, like .../texmf/tex/plain/fontch/ It is also commendable to put this README file in a proper place such as .../texmf/doc/tex/fontch/README.txt Usage ----- For using fontch.tex with the original TeX OT1 fonts (Computer Modern) just put at the beginning of the document: \input fontch.tex The file bsymbols.tex provides macro definitions for boldface versions of math symbols. For using it just input the file where you need it. The fontch package has four options for handling different kinds of fonts: - LMTone for Latin Modern T1 fonts. - LMTSone for the TS1 companion symbol font. - AMSfont for AMS fonts used for boldface math. - DStroke for Doublestroke fonts providing blackboard-boldface symbols. The four options are independent. They are activated by setting the corresponding variable before calling fontch.tex. For example for activating all the four options and using the macros for bold math put at the beginning of the document: \let\AMSfont\relax \let\DStroke\relax \let\LMTone\relax \let\LMTSone\relax \input fontch.tex \input bsymbols.tex NOTES: ----- (1) There is one modification of the standard behavior of plain TeX. Plain TeX defines for the font #3 the same font (tenex) for text, script and scriptscript. That is awfull. The fontch package uses sevenex for script and fiveex for scriptscript, as for the other fonts. (2) The use of files il1-t1.tcx or il2-t1.tcx is recommended together with the LMT1 fonts. (3) Only the cmcs, cmmib, cmbsy and cmex AMS fonts are supported. These are used for small caps and for boldface math-italic and boldface greek symbols. The other AMS fonts like the Euler, Cyrillic and extra symbols are not supported. (4) Only the roman Doublestroke font is supported. The sans serif version is not supported. (5) There are two main uses of boldface math. One case is the use of isolated bold characters or symbols inside a formula. For this case fontch provides bold versions of math synbols and the macro \mb for bold math-italic characters. The plain TeX macro "\bf" yields roman-bold characters in math mode. The name of the bold version of a math symbol is obtained adding the prefix "bf" to the name of the normal symbol. For example a boldface italic "a" is {\mb a}, a boldface roman "P" is {\bf P}, a boldface \Sigma is \bfSigma, a boldface \iff is \bfiff. The other case is when one wants to write a complete formula in boldface, for example inside a title. For this case fontch has the macro \setmathbold that changes the font families 1 (cmmi) and 2 (cmsy) to the bold versions cmmib and cmmbsy. The macro \unsetmathbold resets the families 1 and 2 to their original values. These macros should be put before and after the formula. (6) Usually the macro \setmathbold does not change the whole formula to boldface. This is due to the fact that in math mode some symbols come from family #0 (cmr) or #3 (cmex) such as "+" or \int. Fontch provides macros for the symbols that come from family #0, For example the bold version of "(" is \bflparen. (7) Math symbols of family #3 (cmex) do not have bold versions. In particular \int, \sum and \prod. Never the less \smallint is of cmsy and does a bold version. Modifications from version 1.3 ------------------------------ Version 2.0 is a mayor revision. There are many improvements such as -- Proper handling of smallcaps -- Support for bold-math -- Support for AMS fonts -- Support for blackboard boldface -- Correction of bugs and scaling. The behavior of V2.0 should be compatible with V1.3 except for case explained in Note (1). ----------------------------------------------------- %%%%%%%%% Commands of fontch %%%%%% General Commands ---------------- The package fontch defines the following commands valid for any option. Commands for changing font size: \eightpoint -- Change to small type \tenpoint -- Change to normal type \twelvepoint -- Change to large type \fourteenpoint -- Change to very large type \twentypoint -- Change to huge type \twentyfourpoint -- Change to immense type Commands for changing family, most already in plain TeX. \rm -- Roman \it -- Italic \bf -- Boldface \tt -- Teletype \sf -- Sans Serif (new) \sc -- Small Caps \cal -- Calligraphic \mit -- Math Italic \mb -- Math Boldface (new) \bcal -- Boldface calligraphica (new) \oldstyle -- Old style digits \boldstyle -- Boldface old style digitsa (new) \setmathbold -- set families 1 and 2 to cmmib and cmmbsy (new) \unsetmathbold -- reset families 1 and 2 to cmmi and cmmsy (new) Command for changing line spacing \doublespace -- Double Space for ten & twelve points Macros of bold symbols (Require input of bsymbols.tex) ---------------------- Symbols that have a keyword bold_keyword = bf + normal_keyword Symbols that do not have a keyword \bfexcl -- ! \bflparen -- ( \bfrparen -- ) \bfplus -- + \bfcomma -- , \bfcolon -- : \bfsemicolon -- ; \bfequal -- = \bflbraket -- [ \bflt -- < \bfslash -- / \bfgt -- > \bfminus -- - \bfvert -- | \bfVert -- \| Command of the DStroke option ----------------------------- \ds -- Double Stroke Commands of the LMT1 option --------------------------- Redefined Plain TeX Commands: \i , \j , \ae , \AE, \oe , \OE , \o , \O , \ss , \SS , \aa , \AA , \l , \L , \Gamma , \Delta , \Theta , \Lambda , \Xi , \Pi , \Sigma , \Upsilon , \Phi , \Psi , \Omega , \hbar New T1 Commands for non-latin1 characters \lh -- l' \Lh -- L' \dh -- d' \th -- t' \dbar -- d slash \Edh \edh \ij \IJ \nj \NJ \thorn \Thorn \smallzero \lguille -- left guillemot (does not appear in il1-t1.tcx) \rguille -- right guillemot (does not appear in il1-t1.tcx) \vispace -- visible space Redefined plain TeX accents \` , \' , \^ , \~ , \" , \H , \v , \u , \= , \. , \b , \c Redefined plain TeX math-accents \acute,\grave,\ddot,\tilde,\bar,\breve,\check,\hat,\dot New T1 accents \r -- ring accent \k -- ogonek New T1 math-accent \ring Commands of the LMTS1 option ---------------------------- TS1 symbols \tcchar{#1} -- Character of TS1 table Redefined plain TeX commands \t{#1} -- tie-after-accent \P -- pilcrow \S -- section \dag -- dagger \ddag -- double dagger \copyright Most TS1 symbols (in increasing charcode order) Some are text versions of symbols of the math mode. \arrowl -- left arrow \arrowr -- right arrow \blank \dollar \caster -- centered asterisk \sequals -- short equals \anglel \angler \mho \bigcircle \Ohm \bbracketl -- left double square bracket \bbracketr -- right double square bracket \arrowu -- up arrow \arrowd -- down arrow \textstar -- star \born \died \leaf \married \music \doublevert -- Double vertical bar \perthousand \bull -- bullet (is in manmac) \centigrade \olddollar \oldcent \florin \Colon \won \naira \guarani \peso \lira \recipe \interrobang -- Question+Exclamation \gnaborretni -- Question+Exclamation upside-down \dong \TM \pertenth -- per ten thousand \npilcrow -- narrow pilcrow \baht \numero \abzueglich \aestimated -- Big e \openbull \SM \qbrackl -- left quill bracket \qbrackr -- right quill bracket \cent \sterling \currency \yen \brokenvert -- broken vertical bar \feminine \copyleft \lognot -- logical not \circledP \registered \degree \plusminus \twoup \threeup \micro \centereddot \reference \oneup \masculine \root \onequarter \onehalf \threequarters \euro \texttimes \textdiv Bugs ---- Comments and bug reports are welcome at rmedina@ivic.ve -.-

## old-fontch – Changing fonts, sizes and encodings in Plain TeX (obsolete version)

The fontch macros allow the user to change font size and family anywhere in a plain TeX document.

The present version of the package is designed to deal with the latest release of the Latin Modern fonts, version 1.106. Since it can no longer support earlier versions of the fonts, the obsolete version is retained on the archive for users who don't yet have access to the latest version of the fonts.

Package | old-fontch |

Version | 2. |

Licenses | The LaTeX Project Public License |

Maintainer | Rodrigo Medina |

Topics | Font sel |

See also | font_selection plnfss ofs |