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Re: encoding hack

From: Bertalan Fodor
Subject: Re: encoding hack
Date: Sun, 24 Oct 2004 23:31:30 +0200
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I'm trying to approach the problem from my point of view: as a user who needs latin-2 or unicode encoding with a Garamond font that is shipped with my Windows system. I'd like to use it in a book created in a DTP software and the book is to be written with Garamond, and it is needed to have the same fonts in the scores as in the other parts of the book. So the question: is it possible to use arbitrary (I mean fonts in a format that I can buy from fontmakers) fonts in LilyPond scores or not.

My other problem is that using 2.3.22 I can't use latin2-encoding (there is no latin2.enc, and creating one based on some other package didn't help) and either TeX codes (e.g. \H{o} - they mess up lyrics). So if latin2 isn't a standard part of 2.4 I won't upgrade.

I'm pretty sure that the two problems could be addressed at the same time. But perhaps you're right to have the most simple solution first.


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