[NTG-context] Going crazy with font conversion (macron)!

Steffen Wolfrum context at st.estfiles.de
Wed Mar 23 12:54:39 CET 2005


Adam Lindsay <atl at comp.lancs.ac.uk> wrote:

>  Hum. I haven't tried to replicate that here, but that looks like it
>  might be an encoding problem: ConTeXt doesn't know that you're using a
>  texnansi encoding, so it synthesises the characters using the
>  definitions in enco-def. Is the above file the only way you tested it?

No, also with other conversion and in other files it is the same.

>  Does this help?
>
>  \loadmapline[+Helvetica Helvetica " TeXnANSIEncoding ReEncodeFont "
>  <texnansi.enc <Helvetica.pfb]
>  \definefontsynonym[texnansi-Helvetica][Helvetica][encoding=texnansi]
>
>  \starttext
>  \definedfont[texnansi-Helvetica]
>  R\d{o} R{\=o} R\~o
>  \stoptext


Well, then the tilde moves in its right position.
But the macron stays left.

A font wizard knows what that means?!

Steffen


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