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question about adobe Cyrillic fonts.
- To: Karl Berry <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: question about adobe Cyrillic fonts.
- From: Vladimir Volovich <email@example.com>
- Date: 04 Sep 1999 23:48:51 +0400
- User-Agent: Gnus/5.070095 (Pterodactyl Gnus v0.95) Emacs/20.4
the file adobe.map recommends names font names with `z' encoding for
adobe Cyrillic fonts, e.g. it contains a line:
pttrz TimesTenCyr-Upright A 354 ttyu____
(there are 21 such lines for Cyrillic fonts in adobe.map). but
actually, the encoding in those fonts matches the windows encoding,
which has a name `6w'. So, should the adobe.map be corrected?
(pttrz -> pttr6w, etc).
Also, there is an `LCY' Cyrillic font encoding which is not yet
registered in the fontname scheme. We suggest the name `6y'. This
encoding is defined in LaTeX Cyrillic bundle, and also in the T2
It is close to the MS-DOS encoding (6d), but is not the same.
Best regards, -- Vladimir.