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CTAN update: NewComputerModern

Date: June 25, 2020 12:53:34 PM CEST
Antonis Tsolomitis submitted an update to the NewComputerModern package. Version number: 2.0 License type: gfl Summary description: Computer Modern fonts including matching non-latin alphabets Announcement text:
This is a major upgrade of NewComputerModern. The Math font has been greatly expanded and now should match XITS/STIX fonts in glyph coverage. The Serif text fonts now support Hebrew and Cherokee with all characters designed from scratch and matching cmr weights and cmr Hebrew Math letters. A new Book weight is provided for all fonts (including math), providing a solution to the problem that cmr was always thin. The Book weight can now be used as the default, and it is the default option of the latest fontsetup package. It is heavier and thus more enjoyable to read and can be used to produce books printed in high resolution. The metrics of the Book weight are exactly the same with the (old) Regular fonts, so they are (or should be) backwards compatible with old documents (producing the same output, just heavier).
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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