[NTG-context] Mapping to SmallCaps for Latin Modern

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Thu Apr 10 01:21:07 CEST 2008


Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
> Hi Hans,
> 
> the mapping for the SmallCaps fonts from Latin Modern use the slanted version
> for upright and the upright version for slanted style.
> 
> font-otf.tex:
> 
>     \definefontsynonym [LMRoman10-CapsRegular]
> [file:lmromancaps10-oblique] [features=default] % features=smallcaps?
>     \definefontsynonym [LMRoman10-CapsOblique]
> [file:lmromancaps10-regular] [features=default]
> 
> should be
> 
>     \definefontsynonym [LMRoman10-CapsRegular]
> [file:lmromancaps10-regular] [features=default]
>     \definefontsynonym [LMRoman10-CapsOblique]
> [file:lmromancaps10-oblique] [features=default]
> 
> 
> 
> The mapping for the Dunhill style seems to be wrong too.
> 
>     \definefontsynonym [LMRoman10-Dunhill]
> [file:lmromandunh10-oblique] [features=default]
>     \definefontsynonym [LMRoman10-DunhillOblique]
> [file:lmromandunh10-regular] [features=default]

indeed, and Demi was also wrong

Hans

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