written by Basil Solomykov, Russia Font "Obyknovennaya Novaya", english and cyrillic letters. Shapes: normal, italic, bold, bold italic, slanted and small caps. The font is supplied as MetaFont source. If there are some troubles, feedbacks or ideas how to improve this package, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org For correct work you need to install package 'texlive-lang-cyrillic'. The Obyknovennaya Novaya (Ordinary New Face) typeface was widely used in the USSR for scientific and technical publications, as well as textbooks. (C) Copyright 2011 LPPL (LaTeX Project Public License) Font Ordinary New (Obyknovennaya novaya) Description of files: obn7.mf, obn10.mf, obn12.mf, obn17.mf : metafont source files for normal shape, size 7,10,12,17pt; obnb7.mf, obnb10.mf, obnb12.mf, obnb17.mf : metafont source files for bold shape, size 7,10,12,17pt; obnit7.mf, obnit10.mf, obnit12.mf, obnit17.mf : metafont source files for italic shape, size 7,10,12,17pt; obnitb10.mf, obnitb12.mf, obnitb17.mf : metafont source files for bold italic shape, size 10,12,17pt; obnsl7.mf, obnsl10.mf, obnsl12.mf, obnsl17.mf : metafont source files for slanted shape, size 7,10,12,17pt; obn_lcyw_code.mf : file for LCYW codetable; lcywobn.fd : *.fd file for LaTeX; lcyw.cmap : *.cmap file for LaTeX; example_obn.tex : file of the examples of font; example_obn.pdf : file of the examples of font in PDF.
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obnov – Obyknovennaya Novaya fonts
The Obyknovennaya Novaya (Ordinary New Face) typeface was widely used in the USSR for scientific and technical publications, as well as textbooks.
The fonts are encoded to KOI8-R (which is a long-established Russian font encoding, rather than a TeX/LaTeX encoding). To use the fonts, the user needs Cyrillic font support.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2011 Basil Solomykov|
|Contained in||TeX Live as obnov|
|MiKTeX as obnov|
fonts distributed as METAFONT source
fonts for Cyrillic and related scripts
support languages written using Cyrillic alphabets