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adfsymbols
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adfsymbols consists of:
1. the ArrowsADF and BulletsADF fonts developed by Hirwen Harendel, Arkandis
Digital Foundry (ADF) and released under the terms set out in the files COPYING
and NOTICE in postscript type 1 format; 
2. (La)TeX support by Clea F. Rees released under the LPPL. All files covered
by the LPPL are listed in the file manifest.txt.

Information and resources concerning ArrowsADF and BulletsADF, including
opentype versions of the fonts, and other ADF fonts  can be found on the
foundry's homepage:
	http://arkandis.tuxfamily.org/

(La)TeX Support
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For details, please see adfsymbols.pdf.

The (La)TeX support should be considered somewhat experimental. If you find any
problems, please let me know and I will try to correct them. If you can send a
fix, so much the better.

Contact Details
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If you have comments about the fonts themselves, please contact Hirwen Harendal
(harendalh <at> hotmail <dot> com). 

Clea F. Rees (cfrees <at> imapmail <dot> org)
2010/08/03

Direc­to­ries

Name Notes
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fonts
tex

Files

Name Size Date Notes
1039 2010-08-03 09:58 ==> /fonts/adf­sym­bols/doc/fonts/adf­sym­bols/README

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adf­sym­bols – Sym­bol­sADF with TeX/LaTeX sup­port

The pack­age pro­vides Arkan­dis foundry‚Äôs Ar­rowsADF and Bul­let­sADF fonts in Adobe Type 1 for­mat, to­gether with TeX/LaTeX sup­port files.

The fonts are li­censed un­der GPL v2 or later with font ex­cep­tion. (See NOTICE, COPYING, README.)

The TeX/LaTeX sup­port is li­censed un­der LPPL. (See README, man­i­fest.txt.)

Pack­age De­tailsadf­sym­bols
Ver­sion1.001
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerClea F. Rees
Con­tained inTeXlive as adf­sym­bols
MikTeX as adf­sym­bols
Topics font avail­able in Adobe Type 1 for­mat
fonts that pro­vide col­lec­tions of sym­bols
fonts them­selves
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