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Re: TS1 encoding for PS fonts
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: TS1 encoding for PS fonts
- From: KNAPPEN@VKPMZD.kph.Uni-Mainz.DE
- Date: Mon, 16 Oct 1995 19:03:00 +0100
>> does Joerg read this list?
Yes I do :-)
If you have a character, you want to see in the tc-fonts, please send me a
The proposal should include:
* The name of the character and a short description if its shape. If I can
recognise it from the description I may ask for a hard copy, but usually it
won't be necessary.
* The field of usage.
* A reason why it should be treated as a *text* symbol (as opposed to *math*
I promise, that I'll be rather reluctant in adding characters, because it
is impossible to remove them later. The practice of font vendors (Adobe,
HP, ...) is only a suggestion, but not a convincing reason for me.
BTW: I insist that the `Omega' in the tc fonts is not a `Greek letter
Omega' but an `Ohm sign' (in the case that that makes any difference).
Its inclusion was suggested by the polish TeX users in order to support
another ISO character set which is rather popular in eastern europe.