Tolkien Cirth font for TeX/LaTeX Contents: cirth.pdf PDF file showing use cirth.tex Latex file showing use num.tex La/TeX macros for using fonts Changelog Summary of changes between versions README This file cirth.mf Standard cirth font cirbf.mf Boldface cirth font cirsl.mf Slanted cirth font cirss.mf Sans-serif cirth font macros.mf Macro file runes.mf Letter definition file ligs.mf Ligature table file Windows users: Find out from your local guru what settings to use for running Metafont and where to install the fonts. On my PC for my HP laserjet printer I use mf &plain \mode=hplaser; mag=1; input cirth For the other fonts just substitute cirbf (say) for cirth. For more information on its use see cirth.tex. Linux users: As root, install these files in a new directory $TEXMF/fonts/source/public/cirth ($TEXMF is usually set to /usr/local/share/texmf or /usr/share/texmf). Next, execute 'mktexlsr'. Make sure the $TEXMF directory is listed in the output. Test the font as a normal user by copying both .tex files to a directory, and execute 'latex cirth'. To test DVI configuration use xdvi or dvips. Version 2.0 is Copyright 2004 by Martin Habets firstname.lastname@example.org Version 1.0 is Copyright 1992 by Jo Grant email@example.com
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cirth – Fonts for Cirth
This is a font to represent the runic Cirth script devised by Tolkien for his Sindarin language. The font is provided as METAFONT source.
|License||Do Not Sell Except by Arrangement|
|Maintainer||Jo Grant (inactive)|
|Contained in||MiKTeX as cirth|
fonts distributed as METAFONT source
fonts designed more for fun than for actual use