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CTAN package update: kpfonts

Date: January 21, 2008 7:52:59 PM CET
The package below has been updated at tog.ctan.org Thank you, Jim Hefferon Saint Michael's College ................................................................................. The following information was provided by our fellow contributor: Name of contribution: kpfonts Author's name: Christophe Caignaert Location on CTAN: /fonts/kpfonts Summary description: New malor release of Kpfonts License type: gpl Announcement text:
Kpfonts is a very full set of fonts for typesetting text and math. It includes real small caps, all current math symbols (TeX, AMS and more), in normal and bold version. The new major release 2.0 gets a 'light' option, with lighter roman fonts and same metrics... Read the .pdf doc file available in english and in french!
This package is located at http://tug.ctan.org/tex-archive/fonts/kpfonts . More information is at http://tug.ctan.org/pkg/kpfonts (if the package is new it may take a day for that information to appear). We are supported by the TeX Users Group http://www.tug.org . Please join a users group; see http://www.tug.org/usergroups.html .

kpfonts – A complete set of fonts for text and mathematics

The family contains text fonts in roman, sans-serif and monospaced shapes, with true small caps and old-style numbers; the package offers full support of the textcomp package. The mathematics fonts include all the AMS fonts, in both normal and bold weights.

Each of the font types is available in two main versions: default and ‘light’. Each version is available in four variants: default; oldstyle numbers; oldstyle numbers with old ligatures such as ct and st, and long-tailed capital Q; and veryoldstyle with long s. Other variants include small caps as default or ‘large small caps’, and for mathematics both upright and slanted shapes for Greek letters, as well as default and narrow versions of multiple integrals.

The fonts were originally derived from URW Palladio (with URW’s agreement) though the fonts are very clearly different in appearance from their parent.

MaintainerChristophe Caignaert (inactive)



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