CTAN package update: libertine
Changes: - k is now wider (as wide as the n) - s right border increased from 32 -> 40 - c right border increased from 25 -> 30 - y left border decreased from 20 -> 16 - z more organic shape an better grey value - n,m,h,u 6 EM wider - Bug #3019031: emacron with wrong accent (mark instead of base) - Bug #3014435: y.alt adapted to new glyph form and added to opentype substitution tables "salt" and "alt" - Hebrew letters improved - Bug #3004241: opentype substitution -> f.short and dotlessi will now be substituted by the relating small capital forms - Bug #3012358: Line spacing problem on windows photoshop. Try: Use Linespacing-field 0-> 180 (at first only in Libertine Regular for testing) - T, Z changes to the serifs and more organic shape - Added A.alt as a test of a more organic A - improved Hebrew glyphs and mark to base positioning - numbers scaled up by 5% because many complanied they were to small - new Indian Rupee symbol uni20A8 - improvements in the Biolinum bold
This package is located at http://tug.ctan.org/tex-archive/fonts/libertine . More information is at http://tug.ctan.org/pkg/libertine (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 .
libertine – Use of Linux Libertine and Biolinum fonts with LaTeX
The package provides the Libertine and Biolinum fonts in both Type 1 and OTF styles, together with support macros for their use. Monospaced and display fonts, and the “keyboard” set are also included, in OTF style, only.
The mweights package is used to manage the selection of font weights.
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