typeface – Select a balanced set of fonts
The package provides the means of establishing a consistent set of fonts for use in a LaTeX document. It allows mixing and matching the Type 1 font sets available on the archive (and it may be extended, via its configuration file, to support other fonts).
Font-set definition takes the form of a set of options that are read when the package is loaded: for each typographic category (main body font, sans-serif font, monospace font, mathematics fonts, text figures, and so on), a font or a transformation is given in those options.
The approach enables the user to remember their own configurations (as a single command) and to borrow configurations that other users have developed.
The present release is designated “for review”.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2012 Geoffrey Jones|
|Contained in||TeX Live as typeface|
MiKTeX as typeface
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