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README.md

Control the Scaling for the Latin Modern Fonts

Descriptions

We provide a mechanism for scaling the typeface.

It is directed to Latin Modern fonts. It provide the following files: fd and sty. This mechanism is useful in mixed text composition. For example: Japanese–Latin.

Version

1.1.2

Requirements

  • the Latin Modern fonts

Usage

Preamble

\usepackage{lmodern}
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\usepackage{amssymb}
\usepackage[scale=1.09,ttscale=1.12]{variablelm}

Remark: texttt{amsmath} is for verb!big!, verb!Big!, verb!bigg!, etc.

Options

  • scale: Roman, italic, bold, bold italic, small caps
  • ttscale: fixed (ttfamily)
  • sfscale: sans-serif (sffamily)
  • encoding: font encoding (default: T1)
  • variablett: same the lmodern.sty
  • lighttt: same the lmodern.sty

Author

Yuwsuke KIEDA

License

the GUST Font License (version 1.0)

Repository

https://github.com/yuw/texmf-variablelm

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variablelm – Font definitions for the variable Latin Modern fonts

This package provides a mechanism for scaling a typeface. It is directed at the Latin Modern fonts and provides the font definitions and the corresponding style file. This mechanism is useful in mixed text compositions, for example Japanese–Latin.

Packagevariablelm
Repositoryhttps://github.com/yuw/texmf-variablelm
Version1.1.2 2018-02-13
LicensesThe GUST Font License (GFL)
MaintainerYuwsuke Kieda
Contained inTeX Live as variablelm
MiKTeX as variablelm
TopicsCM Font
Font virtual
Font t1enc
See alsolm
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