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Re: Feta font

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Feta font
Date: Wed, 03 Dec 2003 18:04:04 +0100
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Joel A. Erickson wrote:
 > Have you seen Noteedit, Rosegarden and Denemo?  Have you considered
 > using lilypond and proofing using gv?
From the websites I visited, Noteedit, Rosegarden and Denemo seem to be only Linux programs--I run Windows. And I don't know enough about Lilypond to know what gv is. Furthermore, my editor is going to be part of a collaborative web proofing environment, and I haven't found anything else that will work.

Denemo is available for Windows, see
gv is a postscript previewer, the Windows version is called GSview, see
However, LilyPond produces PDF files as well, so you can use Acrobat

 > The font is distributed as part of the LilyPond program.
Something must be wrong with the Cygwin package I installed, because I could find no trace of a Type 1 font in it.

If you downloaded it during the last weeks, following the instructions
at, the Type1 font files
are available in
All symbols in the fonts (well, at least the fetaNN.pfa and
parmesanNN.pfa files) are documented at


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