This file is public domain. Originally written 1990, Alan Hoenig. This notice added by Clea F. Rees 2010/12/13 following correspondence between Alan Hoenig and Karl Berry, who also suggested adding the included reference to <http://tug.org/TUGboat/tb11-3/tb29hoenig.pdf> and renaming duerer.readme to README. File list and references amended accordingly. This directory contains the "Computer Duerer" fonts designed by Alan Hoenig (see the 1990 TUG Conference Proceedings for a full background on this or Alan Hoenig's article at <http://tug.org/TUGboat/tb11-3/tb29hoenig.pdf> for further details). The version here is for use as titling only and consists of the uppercase letters A-Z. README This file cdb10.mf Computer Duerer Boldface cdi10.mf Computer Duerer "Informal" (modeled in part, after Stone Informal) This font does not generate properly at resolutions under ~400dpi. cdr10.mf Computer Duerer Roman cdsl10.mf Computer Duerer Slanted cdss10.mf Computer Duerer Sans Serif cdtt10.mf Computer Duerer Typewriter Type dromani.mf Low level MF files for the Computer dromanu.mf Duerer fonts dtitle.mf
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duerer – Computer Duerer fonts
These fonts are designed for titling use, and consist of capital roman letters only. Together with the normal set of base shapes, the family also offers an informal shape. The distribution is as METAFONT source.
LaTeX support is available in the duerer-latex bundle.
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