eiad – Traditional style Irish fonts
In both lower and upper case 32 letters are defined (18 'plain' ones, 5 long vowels and 9 aspirated consonants). The ligature 'agus' is also made available. The remaining characters (digits, punctuation and accents) are inherited from the Computer Modern family of fonts.
The font definitions use code from the sauter fonts, so those fonts have to be installed before using eiad.
OT1*.fd files are provided for use with LaTeX.
Public Domain Software
|Maintainer||Ivan A Derzhanski
|Contained in||TeX Live as eiad|
|MiKTeX as eiad|
support for typesetting the Irish (gaelic) language
Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (191.8k).
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