Re: dvips and computer modern fonts
Apparently, _Stephan Otto_, on 23/01/05 10:29,typed:
after fiddling a while with different fonts in latex, I'm stuck with
the following problem:
When I use latex with default (computer modern) fonts, and dvips with
default (outline) fonts, the result looks very bad in ghostscript. The
characters appear unclear and unequally sized. Only at magnifications
of 4 and above, they become even.
However, using dvips with bitmap fonts or using postscript fonts in latex
and dvips produces smooth output. I can also create flawless pdf's (with
dvipdfm) and printouts from all font combinations.
As a reference, I took a postscript file made by someone else (on another
machine), that also uses computer modern outline fonts, and it displays
nicely in all sizes. Next, I copied the font descriptions from this file
over into my file, but the problem persisted (besides the encoding
This is where my "expertise" ends. Any help is highly appreciated! I need
the computer modern fonts for the boldmath part.
I'm using a clean tetex installation with tetex-base 2.0.2c-3, tetex-bin
2.0.2-25 and tetex-extra 2.0.2c-3 on debian 3.1.
BTW, here is what I have on my Sarge system:
$> dpkg -l gv tetex* gs *afpl* *gsfont* | grep ^i
ii gv 3.5.8-36 PostScript and PDF viewer for X
ii tetex-base 2.0.2c-3 Basic library files of teTeX
ii tetex-bin 2.0.2-25 The teTeX binary files
ii tetex-doc 2.0.2c-3 The documentation component of the
ii tetex-extra 2.0.2c-3 Additional library files of teTeX
ii gs 8.01-5 Transitional package
ii gs-afpl 8.14-3 The AFPL Ghostscript PostScript
ii gsfonts 8.14+v8.11-0.1 Fonts for the Ghostscript interpreter(s)
ii gsfonts-other 6.0-3 Additional fonts for the ghostscript
ii gsfonts-x11 0.17 Make Ghostscript fonts available to X11
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