|Subject:||Re: replacing Century Schoolbook font|
|Date:||Wed, 30 Jan 2008 10:10:51 +0200|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 18.104.22.168 (X11/20071022)|
Han-Wen Nienhuys schrieb:
Yes I had already the impression that this is totally handled by pango. I thought of something like2008/1/28, Werner LEMBERG <address@hidden>:You can insert any UTF-8 character and LilyPond will render it as long as Pango can find a font installed on your system that includes a glyph for that symbol. Pango also handles kerning and ligatures automatically, if the font(s) you use provide enough information and glyphs (for example, Century Schoolbook shipped with LilyPond include ligatures glyphs such as "fl", whereas Liberation fonts don't, at least not "fl" I tested with "flûte"), [...]Well, Till doesn't mean this. He talks about OpenType features like `smallcaps'.I have no idea about this. You'd have to ask on the pango list, and port their suggestions to pango-font.cc.
when calling the font that you could add the openfont features, like +onum and the like.
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