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Re: Feta font

From: Jan Nieuwenhuizen
Subject: Re: Feta font
Date: Wed, 03 Dec 2003 18:41:53 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.1003 (Gnus v5.10.3) Emacs/21.3 (gnu/linux)

"Joel A. Erickson" <address@hidden> writes:

>From the websites I visited, Noteedit, Rosegarden and Denemo seem to
>be only Linux programs

No, not really, they should run on any posix system where X Window runs!

> --I run Windows.

...which should include Windows+Cygwin, but these graphical
applications that depend on gtk and qt toolkits are still a work in

That said, I could never have imagined that a contributor to the grand
public domain gutenburg project would run proprietary software :-)

> And I don't know enough about Lilypond to know what gv is.

Ghostview is a free postscript/pdf viewer.

> Furthermore, my editor is going to be part of a collaborative web
> proofing environment, and I haven't found anything else that will
> work.

That depends on what your requirements are, and how good you look.
And of course on the amount of resources you have for new project.
Starting a music notation software project is a very popular passtime,
very few get to a state comparable with LilyPond, Noteedit or

For example, LilyPond is available currently available for most
platforms, the free editors will most probably also run on Windows
within a year or two.

> Something must be wrong with the Cygwin package I installed, because
> I could find no trace of a Type 1 font in it.

What version did you install?  Rerun setup and make sure that lilypond
is installed.  The type 1 fontse are installed in:



PS: please, do not post html messages to public fora like these.

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