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README
README for Ysabeau font package.

Ysabeau is a free type family developed
by Christian Thalmann (Catharsis Fonts).
It combines the time-honored and supremely 
readable letterforms of the Garamond legacy
with the clean crispness of a low-contrast
sans serif, rendering it well suited for
body copy as well as display. Designed from
scratch in the comercial font editor Glyphs,
the typeface was later distributed under SIL
open font license.

This package provides LaTeX font support for
traditional TeX engines (pdftex, dvips, on so on).

To use Ysabeau font, just add the line

\usepackage{ysabeau}

at the preamble of you document. That's it.

The package provides the following font encodings:

Latin      = QX, L7X, CS, LY1, OT1, TS1 and T1
Cyrillic   = T2C, T2B and T2A
Greek      = LGR
IPA        = TS3 and T3
African    = T4
Vietnamese = T5

The package provides the following shapes:

n  = romans
it = italics
sw = swash
sc = small caps

and weights:

ul = Hairline (\mdseries)
el = Thin (\mdseries)
l  = Extralight (\mdseries)
sl = Light (\mdseries)
m  = Regular and Medium (\mdseries)
sb = Semibold (\bfseries)
b  = Bold (\mdseries)
eb = ExtraBold (\mdseries)
ub = Black (\bfseries)

Figures:

Lining nums (Lining and Tabular)
Oldtyle nums (Lining and Tabular)

Additional commands and declarations are provided
for local use. Read the user manual guide (PDF file)
for more details. The Ysabeau fonts were created to
Adobe PostScript (type1) using otftotfm; LaTeX files
support were created with autoinst by Marc Penninga,
wrapper of LCDF TypeTools suite by Eddie Kohler.

The Ysabeau fonts are distributed under sil open
font license, version 1.1. A verbatim of this license
can be found in doc folder. The LaTeX files support
are Public Domain. This document is licensed under
What The Fuck You Want To Public License (WTFPL),
version 2 or later. A verbatim of this license can be
found in doc folder. For a detailed information about
this license, visit http://www.wtfpl.net/about

This package is maintained by Noel Merino Hernández

muxkernel at gmail dot com

Current version: 1.1 (2024-01-31)

History versions:

1.1: Initial release (2024-01-31)

Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (25.3M).

Ysabeau – Ysabeau fonts with support for traditional engines

Ysabeau is a free type family. It combines the time-honored and supremely readable letterforms of the Garamond legacy with the clean crispness of a low-contrast sans serif, rendering it well suited for body copy as well as display.

This package provides font support for traditional engines (pdf, dvips, and so on). For or Lua users, OpenType and TrueType fonts are provided onlyto use with the fontspec package.

PackageYsabeau
Bug trackerhttps://github.com/CatharsisFonts/Ysabeau/issues
Repositoryhttps://github.com/CatharsisFonts/Ysabeau
Version1.1 2024-01-31
LicensesThe SIL Open Font License
Free license not otherwise listed
Public Domain Software
MaintainerNoel Merino Hernández
Contained inTeX Live as ysabeau
MiKTeX as ysabeau
TopicsProportional Font
Font
Body Font
Font t1enc
Font Type1
Font TTF
Cyrillic Font
Sans Font
Font support
OTF Font
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