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Direc­tory tex-archive/fonts/vf-files/msx2msa

These are vpls which map the old ams symbol fonts msx* and msy*
to the new ones, msa* and msb*

This works slightly better than to copy msa* to msx* etc,
particularly in the case where old dvis are around



Name Size Date Notes
README 218 1992-08-16 02:00
msxm10.vpl 15375 1992-08-16 02:00
msxm5.vpl 15431 1992-08-16 02:00
msxm6.vpl 15504 1992-08-16 02:00
msxm7.vpl 15430 1992-08-16 02:00
msxm8.vpl 15493 1992-08-16 02:00
msxm9.vpl 15533 1992-08-16 02:00
msym10.vpl 13934 1992-08-16 02:00
msym5.vpl 13892 1992-08-16 02:00
msym6.vpl 13955 1992-08-16 02:00
msym7.vpl 13970 1992-08-16 02:00
msym8.vpl 13971 1992-08-16 02:00
msym9.vpl 13998 1992-08-16 02:00

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (19.3k).

msx2msa – Sim­u­late msxm and msym fonts us­ing msam and msbm

In the deeps of time, the AMS dis­tributed math­e­mat­i­cal sym­bol fonts called msxm and msym; these fonts were de­signed us­ing the orig­i­nal (SAIL) ver­sion of and for a long time af­ter the demise of that sys­tem were only avail­able as 300 dpi bitmaps.

Even­tu­ally, the sym­bols were re-im­ple­mented us­ing ‘mod­ern’ in fonts called msam and msbm. The vir­tual fonts of this bun­dle im­ple­ment the en­cod­ing of the old fonts us­ing the glyphs of the new fonts, and can be used as drop-in re­place­ments in doc­u­ments (and even when pro­cess­ing DVI files).

Pack­age De­tailsmsx2msa
Ver­sion 1992-08-16
Li­censeUn­known Sta­tus, No In­for­ma­tion Avail­able
Topics col­lec­tions of math­e­mat­i­cal sym­bols
fonts that pro­vide col­lec­tions of sym­bols
fonts dis­tributed as source
fonts them­selves
See also msym
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