Short description of the Phonetic fonts Unless stated otherwise, these files are in the current directory. Please note that these are not complete and that certain of the characters are not quite right. I hope to fix them eventually. Emma Pease CSLI 7/25/89 -General README makefile Doc/phonetic.sty ; latex sty file Doc/phonetic-table.tex ; chart outlining phonetic characters For creating italic special characters cmphi10.mf, cmphi9.mf, cmphi8.mf, cmphi7.mf ; top files; modified version of cmti*.mf phoital.mf ; modified version of textit.mf greekl.mf ; standard metafont file (not in this directory) phoitchar.mf ; actual character codes local.mf ; local definitions of printers For creating non-italic special characters cmph10.mf, cmph5.mf, cmph6.mf, cmph7.mf, cmph8.mf ; top files, modified versions of cmr*.mf phosym.mf ; modified version of roman.mf phochar.mf ; actual character codes symchar.mf ; another file containing more characters greekl.mf ; standard metafont file (not in this directory) local.mf ; local definitions of printers This entire package is released under the LaTeX Project Public License, version 1 or (at your option) any later version.
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phonetic – METAFONT Phonetic fonts, based on Computer Modern
The fonts are based on Computer Modern, and specified in METAFONT. Macros for the fonts’ use are provided, both for LaTeX 2.09 and for current LaTeX.
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|Contained in||TeX Live as phonetic|
|MiKTeX as phonetic|
support for phonetic notation|
fonts distributed as METAFONT source
fonts with specific small application areas