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---- +====== ​Fonts at arbitrary sizes ====== 
-title: ​Fonts at arbitrary sizes +
-category: programming +
-tags: +
-  - latex +
-  - macros +
-permalink: /​FAQ-fontsize +
----+
  
 Almost all fonts, nowadays, are provided with LaTeX control Almost all fonts, nowadays, are provided with LaTeX control
-(`fd`) files, so the temptation to risk the +(''​fd''​) files, so the temptation to risk the 
-[problems of `\newfont`](FAQ-newfontstar) ​is usually easy to+[[FAQ-newfontstar|problems of ''​\newfont''​]] is usually easy to
 resist. resist.
  
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 Cork-encoded (T1) EC fonts, but it is widely considered to be Cork-encoded (T1) EC fonts, but it is widely considered to be
 anomalous, nowadays. ​ In recognition of this problem, there is a anomalous, nowadays. ​ In recognition of this problem, there is a
-package [`fix-cm`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​fix-cmwhich will allow you to use the fonts, within+package [[ctanpkg>​fix-cm|fix-cm]] which will allow you to use the fonts, within
 LaTeX, at any size you choose. ​ If you're not using scaleable LaTeX, at any size you choose. ​ If you're not using scaleable
 versions of the fonts, most modern distributions will just generate an versions of the fonts, most modern distributions will just generate an
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 So, suppose you want to produce a heading in Computer Modern Roman at So, suppose you want to produce a heading in Computer Modern Roman at
 30 points, you might be tempted to write: 30 points, you might be tempted to write:
-```latex+ 
 +<​code ​latex>
 \newfont{\bigfont}{cmr10 at 30pt} \newfont{\bigfont}{cmr10 at 30pt}
 \begin{center} \begin{center}
   \bigfont Huge text   \bigfont Huge text
 \end{center} \end{center}
-```+</​code>​
 which will indeed work, but will actually produce a worse result than which will indeed work, but will actually produce a worse result than
-```latex+ 
 +<​code ​latex>
 \usepackage{fix-cm} \usepackage{fix-cm}
 ... ...
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   Huge text   Huge text
 \end{center} \end{center}
-``` +</​code>​ 
-Note that the [`fix-cm`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​fix-cmpackage was not distributed until the+Note that the [[ctanpkg>​fix-cm|fix-cm]] package was not distributed until the
 December 2003 edition of LaTeX; if you have an older distribution,​ December 2003 edition of LaTeX; if you have an older distribution,​
-the packages [`type1cm`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​type1cm) ​(for CM fonts) and +the packages [[ctanpkg>​type1cm|type1cm]] (for CM fonts) and 
-[`type1ec`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​type1ec(for EC fonts) are available.+[[ctanpkg>​type1ec|type1ec]] (for EC fonts) are available.
  
-[`Fix-cm`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​fix-cmhas one or two omissions&​nbsp;&​mdash; ​fonts the LaTeX+[[ctanpkg>​fix-cm|Fix-cm]] has one or two omissions ​--- fonts the LaTeX
 team did not consider useful, or something; the CM dunhill fonts (as team did not consider useful, or something; the CM dunhill fonts (as
 CM, but with stretched ascenders) and the CM fibonacci font (which is only CM, but with stretched ascenders) and the CM fibonacci font (which is only
 available in 8-point design size) are certainly missing. ​ If available in 8-point design size) are certainly missing. ​ If
-[`fix-cm`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​fix-cmdoesn'​t do the job, try the [`type1xx`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​type1cm) +[[ctanpkg>​fix-cm|fix-cm]] doesn'​t do the job, try the [[ctanpkg>​type1cm|type1xx]] 
-packages, or the [`anyfontsize`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​anyfontsizepackage.+packages, or the [[ctanpkg>​anyfontsize|anyfontsize]] package.
  
 A further alternative might be to switch to the A further alternative might be to switch to the
-[_Latin Modern_ fonts](FAQ-uselmfonts(which +[[FAQ-uselmfonts|//Latin Modern// fonts]] ​(which 
-provide a close simulacrum of the _Computer Modern_ ​set);+provide a close simulacrum of the //Computer Modern// ​set);
 these fonts were scaleable from their first these fonts were scaleable from their first
 distribution,​ and don't therefore need any such trick as the above. distribution,​ and don't therefore need any such trick as the above.
 +
 +-----
 +
 +//Source:// [[faquk>​FAQ-fontsize|Fonts at arbitrary sizes]]
 +
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 +metatag-og:​title=(Fonts at arbitrary sizes)
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