This package, derived from Daniel Benjamin Miller's XETBook, which is in turn derived from ETBook, a font commissioned by Edward Tufte for use in his own books, provides a version of Bembo in otf and pfb formats plus LaTeX font support files. As ETBook is licensed under the MIT license, so are the font files in this package. See the LICENSE file in the doc folder for details of the MIT license. All other support files are subject to the LaTeX Project Public License. See http://www.ctan.org/license/lppl1.3 for the details of that license. Note that Bembo is a name trademarked by Monotype, hence the strange name for this package, drawn from the Berry id for the Bembo font family. Current version: 1.056 2022-02-04 Changes in version 1.056 1. Added definitions of \nustyle and \destyle to ETbb.sty. 2. Corrected behavior of option sharpS in legacy LaTeX.. 3. Corrected misbehavior of \Qswash and \Qnoswash. 4. Extended small cap coverage in all styles so that all T1 encoded characters are available. Changes in version 1.055 1. Further revision of the kerning tables in regular style, mostly for uppercase and small cap glyphs. 2. Added aeacute.sc glyph. 3. Corrected for some missing c2sc and smscp lookup table entries. 4. Added a fraction.alt glyph to allow a decent fraction construction in unicode latex. (Regular style only, so far.) Changes in version 1.054 Version 1.053 seems to have corrupted the kerning tables. This version restores the kerning tables to their values in version 1.051. Changes in version 1.053 Modified a number of settings in the otf files in order that the otf fonts work as expected in Windows 10. (Thanks Espen Solheim.) Changes in version 1.051 Modified the \textcircled macro so as to scale as expected. Changes in version 1.05 1. Added swashQ glyph to all faces, along with changes to latex support to enable it. See the documentation. 2. Full support now enabled for all features in LY1 and OT1 as well as T1. Changes in version 1.04 1. Added glyph numero (U+2116) in all styles. 2. Updated code for \textfrac. See documentation for details. Changes in version 1.03 Removed all hinting in the font files. This will not affect Mac or PC users, but should be helpful to some Linux users whose font renderers can behave badly at times with Postscript hinting. Changes in version 1.02 1. Added denominator figures to all styles. 2. Changed the \fraction macro to use denominators and allow finer tuning of spacing between figures and the fractionsolidus. 3. Filled out the glyph slots for symbols in the TS1 encoding so the sub-encoding is close to full. 4. Added newstyle dollar and cent glyphs and added option osdollar to select the oldstyle dollar and cent as the default. Changes in version 1.01 1. Reverted the changes in 1.001 so that sty file is ETbb.sty and fontspec file is ETbb.fontspec. The prior change was muddled. 2. Added option osf as a synonym for oldstyle. (Thanks Axel Kielhorn.) 2. Documentation changes to reflect the changes. 3. Modified some glitches in some BoldItalic figure outlines. (Thanks Daniel Benjamin Miller.) Changes in version 1.001 Changed the package name from ETbb to etbb, though the font names and the map file name continue to use ETbb. Please send comments and bug reports or suggestions for improvement to msharpe at ucsd dot edu
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ETbb – An expansion of Edward Tufte’s ET-Bembo family
Based on Daniel Benjamin Miller’s XETBook, which expanded Tufte’s ETBook, the family name for the Bembo-like font family he commissioned for his books, ETbb expands its features to include a full set of figure styles, small caps in all styles, superior letters and figures, inferior figures, a new capital Sharp S with small caps version, along with macros to activate these features in LaTeX. Both otf and pfb are provided.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2002–2012 David J. Perry|
2015 Dmitry Krasny, Bonnie Scranton, Edward Tufte
2019 Daniel Benjamin Miller
2020–2022 Michael Sharpe
|Contained in||TeX Live as etbb|
MiKTeX as etbb