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README
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                  |      THE LEAWOOD PACKAGE       |
                  |  Scott Pakin, pakin@uiuc.edu   |
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Description
===========

The leawood package provides all of the files needed to make the ITC
Leawood font available to TeX and LaTeX.  Note that the font itself is
not freely available; the leawood package assumes you have already
purchased ITC Leawood.

leawood.pdf contains some brief documentation and font samples.


Installation
============

Copy all of the ITC Leawood .pfb files into
texmf/fonts/type1/public/leawood.  Optionally copy all of the .afm
files into texmf/fonts/afm/public/leawood.  Remember: ITC Leawood is a
commercial font; you have to purchase the .pfb (PostScript Type 1)
files.  In order for LaTeX to recognize ITC Leawood the font files
must be renamed according to the Berry naming scheme:

    lwb_____.PFB --> ilwb8a.pfb
    lwbi____.PFB --> ilwbi8a.pfb
    lwbl____.PFB --> ilwc8a.pfb
    lwbli___.PFB --> ilwci8a.pfb
    lwm_____.PFB --> ilwm8a.pfb
    lwmi____.PFB --> ilwmi8a.pfb
    lww_____.PFB --> ilwk8a.pfb
    lwwi____.PFB --> ilwki8a.pfb

and likewise for the .afm files.

Copy the contents of leawood's texmf subdirectory onto your local
texmf directory (e.g., /usr/local/texmf or C:\localtexmf).  Run
texhash or invoke whatever program is needed to update TeX's filename
database.

Tell dvips, pdftex, xdvi, yap, etc. to utilize leawood.map.  In the
teTeX TeX distribution, this is done by adding leawood.map (possibly
with full pathname) to the extra_modules section of the updmap script
(located in texmf/dvips/config/) then running updmap.  In other
distributions, you may need to add "p +leawood.map" to your config.ps
file (probably also located in texmf/dvips/config/) and, if you use
pdfTeX, "map +leawood.map" to your pdftex.cfg file (probably in
texmf/pdftex/config/).

The leawood package uses LuxiMono as its default fixed-width font so
it is recommended that you install the luximono package as well.
(leawood will issue a warning message -- but not abort -- if luximono
is unavailable.)  luximono is freely available from CTAN at
http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/fonts/LuxiMono/.


Usage
=====

Put "\usepackage{leawood}" in your document's preamble.  This replaces
Computer Modern with ITC Leawood as the default body font.  See
leawood.pdf for further details and a description of the package
options.


Copyright and License
=====================

The leawood LaTeX2e package is covered by the following copyright and
license:

    Copyright (C) 2003 by Scott Pakin <pakin@uiuc.edu>
    --------------------------------------------------

    These files may be distributed and/or modified under the
    conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.2
    of this license or (at your option) any later version.  The latest
    version of this license is in:

       http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt

    and version 1.2 or later is part of all distributions of LaTeX
    version 1999/12/01 or later.

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (409.0k).

lea­wood – sup­port for use of ITC Lea­wood font fam­ily

The pack­age pro­vides all of the files needed to make the ITC Lea­wood font avail­able to and . Note that the font it­self is not freely avail­able; the lea­wood pack­age as­sumes you have al­ready pur­chased ITC Lea­wood.

Pack­agelea­wood
Li­censeThe Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerScott Pakin
Con­tained inMiKTeX as lea­wood
Topics met­rics, macro in­can­ta­tions and other font sup­port
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