kerntest.cls ============ Print tables and generate mtx files that help to adjust kernings This class makes it easy to generate tables that show many different kerning pairs of an arbitrary font, usable by LaTeX. It shows the kerning values that are used by the the font by default. In addition, this class enables the user to alternate the kernings and to observe the results. Kerning pairs can be defined for groups of similar glyphs at once. Automatically, an mtx file is generated that can be loaded by fontinst to introduce the user-made kernings into the virtual font for LaTeX. The current version is really slow! Please be patient. Copyright 2004 Harald Harders This program can be redistributed and/or modified under the terms of the LaTeX Project Public License Distributed from CTAN archives in directory macros/latex/base/lppl.txt; either version 1.3 of the License, or any later version. Installation: automatic: - run make install by hand: - execute latex on kerntest.ins - copy kerntest.cls and *.clo to a place LaTeX can find it - copy kerntest.pdf to the documentation tree of your TeX implementation - run texhash or the corresponding command of your distribution 2004/04/14 Harald Harders firstname.lastname@example.org
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kerntest – Print tables and generate control files to adjust kernings
This class makes it easy to generate tables that show many
different kerning pairs of an arbitrary font, usable by LaTeX. It
shows the kerning values that are used in the font by default.
In addition, this class enables the user to alter the kernings and to observe the results. Kerning pairs can be defined for groups of similar glyphs at the same time. An mtx file is generated automatically. The mtx file may then be loaded by fontinst to introduce the user-made kernings into the virtual font for later use in LaTeX.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Contained in||TeXLive as kerntest|
|MiKTeX as kerntest|
support for font development, testing and characterisation|