Re: Social Contract GR's Affect on sarge
Florian Weimer wrote:
> > So no, converting to other formats loses information.
> In effect, METAFONT uses a Turing-complete progrmaming language to
> describe hinting information. For Computer Modern Roman, you can tune
> quite a lot of parameters, such as the "blackness" of the printer.
While we are at it: The CM fonts were designed by drawing the glyph's
shape in large scale on paper, and then deriving the METAFONT parameters
from it. Now go and ask DEK for the preferred form of modification.