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---- +====== TeX font metric files for Type 1 fonts ======
-section: Fonts +
-subsection: Adobe Type (''​PostScript''​) ​fonts +
-permalink: /​FAQ-metrics.html +
-date: 2014-06-10 +
----+
  
-# TeX font metric files for Type 1 fonts 
  
 Reputable font vendors such as Adobe supply metric files for each Reputable font vendors such as Adobe supply metric files for each
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 prebuilt metrics which will be more than enough for many people; but you may prebuilt metrics which will be more than enough for many people; but you may
 need to do the conversion yourself if you have special needs or need to do the conversion yourself if you have special needs or
-acquire a new font. One important question is the _encoding_ ​of+acquire a new font. One important question is the //​encoding// ​of
 (Latin character) fonts; while we all more or less agree about the (Latin character) fonts; while we all more or less agree about the
 position of about 96 characters in fonts (the basic ASCII set), the position of about 96 characters in fonts (the basic ASCII set), the
 rest of the (typically) 256 vary. The most obvious problems are with rest of the (typically) 256 vary. The most obvious problems are with
-floating accents and special characters such as the ''​pounds sterling''​+floating accents and special characters such as the "pounds sterling"
 sign. There are three ways of dealing with this: either you change the sign. There are three ways of dealing with this: either you change the
 TeX macros which reference the characters (not much fun, and TeX macros which reference the characters (not much fun, and
 error-prone);​ or you change the encoding of the font (easier than you error-prone);​ or you change the encoding of the font (easier than you
-might think); or you use [virtual fonts]({% post_url FAQ-virtualfonts %}) to +might think); or you use [[5_fichiers:​fontes:​que_sont_les_fontes_virtuelles|virtual fonts]] 
-_pretend_ ​to TeX that the encoding is the same as it is used to.+to //​pretend// ​to TeX that the encoding is the same as it is used to.
 LaTeX2e has facilities for dealing with fonts in different LaTeX2e has facilities for dealing with fonts in different
-encodings; read the [_LaTeX Companion_]({% post_url FAQ-latex-books %}) for +encodings; read the //[[1_generalites:​documentation:​livres:​documents_sur_latex|LaTeX Companion]]// 
-more details. ​ In practice, if you do much non-English (but Latin+for more details. ​ In practice, if you do much non-English (but Latin
 script) typesetting,​ you are strongly recommended to use the script) typesetting,​ you are strongly recommended to use the
-[`fontenc`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​fontenc) ​package with option ​`T1to select +[[ctanpkg>​fontenc]package with option ​''​T1'' ​to select 
-[''​Cork''​]({% post_url FAQ-ECfonts %}) encoding.+"[[5_fichiers:​fontes:​que_sont_les_fontes_ec|Cork]]" ​encoding.
  
-An alternative favoured by some is Y&​Y'​s ​''​private'' ​LY1 encoding, +An alternative favoured by some is Y&​Y'​s ​"private" ​LY1 encoding, 
-which is designed to sit well with ''​Adobe standard'' ​encoded fonts.+which is designed to sit well with "Adobe standard" ​encoded fonts.
 Basic macro support of LY1 is available: note that the Basic macro support of LY1 is available: note that the
-''​relation with Adobe'​s encoding'' ​means that the LY1 user+"relation with Adobe'​s encoding" ​means that the LY1 user
 needs no virtual fonts. needs no virtual fonts.
  
-Alan Jeffrey'​s ​`fontinstpackage is an AFM to+Alan Jeffrey'​s ​''​fontinst'' ​package is an AFM to
 TFM converter written in TeX; it is used to generate the TFM converter written in TeX; it is used to generate the
 files used by LaTeX2e'​s PSNFSS package to support use of files used by LaTeX2e'​s PSNFSS package to support use of
 PostScript fonts. It is a sophisticated package, not for the faint-hearted,​ PostScript fonts. It is a sophisticated package, not for the faint-hearted,​
 but is powerful enough to cope with most needs. ​ Much of its power but is powerful enough to cope with most needs. ​ Much of its power
-relies on the use of [virtual fonts]({% post_url FAQ-virtualfonts %}).+relies on the use of [[5_fichiers:​fontes:​que_sont_les_fontes_virtuelles|virtual fonts]].
  
-For slightly simpler problems, Rokicki'​s ​`afm2tfm`, +For slightly simpler problems, Rokicki'​s ​''​afm2tfm''​, distributed with ''​dvips''​, 
-distributed with `dvips`, is fast and +is fast and efficient; note that the metrics and styles that come with ''​dvips''​ 
-efficient; note that the metrics and styles that come with +are //​not// ​currently ​LaTeX2ε ​compatible.
-`dvipsare _not_ currently ​LaTeX2e ​compatible.+
  
 For the Macintosh (classic), there is a program called For the Macintosh (classic), there is a program called
-`EdMetricswhich does the job (and more). +''​EdMetrics'' ​which does the job (and more). 
-`EdMetricscomes with the (commercial) +''​EdMetrics'' ​comes with the (commercial) 
-[Textures]({% post_url FAQ-commercial %}) distribution,​ but is itself free +[[6_distributions:​implementations_commerciales|Textures]distribution,​ 
-software, and is available on CTAN.+but is itself free software, and is available on CTAN.
  
 +
 +-----
 +//Source:// [[faquk>​FAQ-metrics|TeX font metric files for Type 1 fonts]]
 +
 +{{htmlmetatags>​metatag-keywords=(LaTeX,​fontes,​polices de caractères,​polices postscript,​polices T1,fontes T1,fichier de métriques)
 +metatag-og:​title=(TeX font metric files for Type 1 fonts)
 +metatag-og:​site_name=(FAQ LaTeX francophone)
 +}}
  
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