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I've purchased Lucida bright from the TeX User Group (TUG) back in 2007.

The link provided in the email I received back then still works, it downloads lucida-basic.zip.

I also have installed a complete TeXLive 2012 distribution onto my Windows 7 PC, everything installed using all defaults (except a different location, on my E: drive instead of C: which is a modestly sized SSD).

I use TeXWorks for editing my LaTeX files and calling pdfLaTeX, BibTex, and MakeIndex. That's all I used.

The installation instructions that came with the font are very unclear about how to install on windows. What is clear though is that those instruction assume that I use MiKTeX, which I don't.

Has anyone had any success installing Lucida Bright onto their Windows TeXLive distribution? How did you do it?

marked as duplicate by Speravir, Mensch, Werner, Thorsten, Martin Schröder Mar 6 '13 at 6:41

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  • I voted for a duplicate, but if you are interested in installing in the Windows system, then the question is off-topic. – Speravir Mar 6 '13 at 1:57

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