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In TeX ligatures can be broken up by inserting an explicit kern between the letters. For instance, to prevent the st ligature, we might write s\kern0pt t instead. This is tedious though, but fortunately xetex offers the concept of charclasses, which comes with the possibility of inserting custom tokens between characters, previously assigned to a class. ...


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Standards have developed since this font was created, so it needs lots of editing to be used well and with ease today. In the case of the roman face, I’ve done some of what’s either necessary or desirable (conversion from TrueType to PostScript-flavored OpenType, re-encoding of the numerous incorrectly encoding glyphs so that searching and copying will ...



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