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CTAN update: NewComputerModern

Date: December 15, 2020 8:51:47 AM CET
Antonis Tsolomitis submitted an update to the NewComputerModern package. Version number: 2.32 License type: gfl Summary description: Computer Modern fonts including matching non-latin alphabets Announcement text:
Version 2.32 adds support for Braille patterns. Both 6dot (uni2801--uni283F) and 8dit (uni2840--uni28FF) patters are included. They have been added in two styles: for sighted persons (such as teachers) in the serifed upright fonts and for blind persons in the sans upright fonts. The Math fonts (both Regular and Book weights) now include upright integrals in the ss02 StylisticSet. Use with \setmathfont[StylisticSet=2]{NewCMMath-Book.otf} or \setmathfont[StylisticSet=2]{NewCMMath-Regular.otf} or use the upint option of the fontsetup package with \usepackage[upint,default]{fontsetup} for the Book weight, or \usepackage[upint,olddefault]{fontsetup} for the regular weight. This version fixes wrong liga tables for standard ligatures (fi, ff etc) for the Sans family, thanks to Manuel Boni. It also adds a newcomputermodern.sty file.
This package is located at http://mirror.ctan.org/fonts/newcomputermodern More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/newcomputermodern
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Erik Braun
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NewComputerModern – Computer Modern fonts including matching non-latin alphabets

This is a new assembly of Computer Modern fonts including extensions in many directions for both Latin based languages, non-Latin based languages and Mathematics, all compatible in style to CM fonts. In addition to the Regular weight of Computer Modern, it provides a Book weight for heavier printing.

MaintainerAntonis Tsolomitis



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