This directory contains: a Type-1 font named BrushScriptX-Italic, that simulates hand-written characters; all the files needed by LaTeX in order to use that font; a file AAA_readme.tex that fully describes the package; two example files. The font itself and all the files are public domain. History: - The original (public domain) NeXT screen font has been edited, with a Type-1 font editor named TypeSmith, on an Amiga computer. The service files have been generated using the "fontinst" package by Alan Jeffrey. - Having TypeSmith generated a buggy font, Louis Vosloo of Y&Y, with enormous courtesy, has fixed the font in his spare time (I no longer had an Amiga computer, or a font editor of any kind). - Rolf Niepraschk submits a file pbsi.sty . - A more strict dvips (5.86e) refuses to handle the font. Rolf Niepraschk submits a fix, generated by the "type1fix" perl script. - Having learnt about a free Type-1 font editor called 'pfaedit' by George Williams (http://pfaedit.sourceforge.net) I have completely re-edited the font. Thierry Bouche has been of invaluable help with fontinst. Thanks to: Thierry Bouche <email@example.com.Fr> Rolf Niepraschk <firstname.lastname@example.org> Louis Vosloo <email@example.com> George Williams
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brushscr – A handwriting script font
The BrushScript font simulates hand-written characters; it is distributed in Adobe Type 1 format (but is available in italic shape only). The package includes the files needed by LaTeX in order to use that font. The file AAA_readme.tex fully describes the package and sample.tex illustrates its use.
|License||Public Domain Software|
|Contained in||TeX Live as brushscr|
|MiKTeX as brushscr|
calligraphic (or handwriting) fonts|
font available in Adobe Type 1 format