The `ze' fonts (virtual T1 fonts) version 2.1 by Robert Fuster (rfuster\@ mat.upv.es) Departament de Matem\`atica Aplicada Universitat Polit\`ecnica de Val\`encia 46071 Val\`encia (Spain) June 24, 1997 September 17, 1998 July 17, 2000 The `zd' fonts by Constantin Kahn (email@example.com) are virtual T1 encoded Computer Modern fonts based on (OT1) Computer Modern, Times, and Helvetica fonts, intended for simulate `dc' fonts. (Waine Sullivan's `dm' fonts are another approach to the substitution of `dc' fonts by virtual ones.) Because `dc' fonts are now obsolete, I've adapted the Kahn's package to `ec' fonts. The resulting virtual fonts are named according to the ec fonts names, changing `ec' by `ze' (zerm1000.vf simulates ecrm1000, and so on). Another virtual T1 encoded Computer Modern fonts are the almost european (`am') fonts, by Lars Engebretsen (firstname.lastname@example.org). The main difference between `am' and `ze' fonts is that almost european fonts only use Computer Modern fonts to simulate the European Modern and, then, more characters are lost.
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zefonts – Virtual fonts to provide T1 encoding from existing fonts
The package provides virtual T1 encoded (mostly) Computer Modern fonts based on (OT1) Computer Modern together with Times and Helvetica fonts, intended to simulate ec fonts.
The 'ae' fonts do a similar task, but miss some glyphs that aren’t available in OT1.
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Constantin Kahn (inactive)
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font providing LaTeX T1 encoding support|
virtual font(s) using existing fonts