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---- +====== Comment trouver de nouvelles fontes? ====== 
-title: Finding new fonts + 
-category: installing +$\Reponse$ ​ Avec LuaTeX et XeTeX, on a maintenant accès à l'​ensemble des fontes au format OpenType, 
-permalink: /FAQ-findfont +devenu un standard du domaine. 
-date: 2014-06-10 + 
----+Voici un catalogue maintenu par Daniel Flipo: http://​daniel.flipo.free.fr/​doc/​luatex/​ 
 + 
 + 
 +===== Où trouver des fontes compatibles avec LaTeX? ===== 
 + 
 +FIXME Si vous n'​utilisez pas LuaLaTeX ou XeteX...
  
 Nowadays, new fonts are seldom developed by industrious people using Nowadays, new fonts are seldom developed by industrious people using
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 scalable outline form, and a large proportion is distributed under scalable outline form, and a large proportion is distributed under
 commercial terms. ​ Such fonts will only make their way to the free commercial terms. ​ Such fonts will only make their way to the free
-distributions (at least TeX Live and MiKTeX) if their licensing+distributions (at least TeX Live and MiKTeX) if their licensing
 is such that the distributions can accept them.  Commercial fonts is such that the distributions can accept them.  Commercial fonts
 (those you have to pay for) do not get to distributions,​ though (those you have to pay for) do not get to distributions,​ though
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 depending on which type of font it is, and which TeX-alike engine depending on which type of font it is, and which TeX-alike engine
 you are using; roughly speaking: you are using; roughly speaking:
-  ​ 
  
--  ​MetaFont fonts will work without much fuss (provided their +  * MetaFont fonts will work without much fuss (provided their sources are in the correct place in the installation'​s tree); TeX-with-''​dvips''​, and pdfTeX are "​happy"​ with them. While a new font will need "​generating"​ (by running MetaFont, etc.), distributions are set up to do that "on the fly" and to save the results (for next time). 
-    ​sources are in the correct place in the installation'​s tree); +  ​Adobe Type 1 fonts can be made to work, after ''​tfm'' ​and (usually) ​''​vf'' ​files have been created from their metric (''​afm''​) files; ​''​map'' ​files also need to be created. ​ Such fonts will work with pdfTeX, and with the ("​vanilla"​) (La)TeX and ''​dvips'' ​combination. 
-    ​TeX-with-`dvips`, and pdfTeX are "​happy"​ with them. +  ​TrueType fonts can be made to work with pdfTeX ​--- see [[http://​www.radamir.com/​tex/​ttf-tex.htm|Using TrueType fonts with TeX...]] ​(a rather dated document, dicsussing use with MiKTeX 1.11). 
-    ​While a new font will need "​generating"​ (by running MetaFont, etc.), +  ​TrueType and OpenType fonts are the usual sort used by XeTeX and LuaTeX; while straightforward use is pretty easy, one is well-advised to use a package such as [[ctanpkg>​fontspec|fontspec]to gain access to the full range of a font's capabilities.
-    ​distributions are set up to do that "on the fly" and to save the +
-    ​results (for next time). +
- Adobe Type 1 fonts can be made to work, after `tfm+
-    ​and (usually) ​`vffiles have been created from their +
-    ​metric (`afm`) files; ​`mapfiles also need to +
-    ​be created. ​ Such fonts will work with pdfTeX, and with the +
-    ​("​vanilla"​)(La)TeX and `dvipscombination. +
- ​TrueType fonts can be made to work with pdfTeX&​nbsp;&​mdash; ​see +
-  ​[Using TrueType fonts with TeX&​hellip;​](http://​www.radamir.com/​tex/​ttf-tex.htm+
-    ​(a rather dated document, dicsussing use with MiKTeX 1.11). +
- ​TrueType and OpenType fonts are the usual sort used by XeTeX +
-    ​and LuaTeX; while straightforward use is pretty easy, one is +
-    ​well-advised to use a package such as [`fontspec`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​fontspec) ​to gain +
-    ​access to the full range of a font's capabilities.+
  
-The answer "​[choice of scalable fonts](FAQ-psfchoice)" discusses+The answer "[[5_fichiers:​fontes:​fontes_t1_pour_les_mathematiques|choice of scalable fonts]]" discusses
 fonts that are configured for general (both textual and mathematical) fonts that are configured for general (both textual and mathematical)
 use with (La)TeX. ​ The list of such fonts is sufficiently short that use with (La)TeX. ​ The list of such fonts is sufficiently short that
-they _can_ all be discussed in one answer.+they //​can// ​all be discussed in one answer. 
 + 
 + 
 +----- 
 + 
 +//Source:// [[faquk>​FAQ-findfont|Finding new fonts]]
  
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