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1. Introduction

1.1. The Location of This Document

This document is located at my webpage

1.2. Submitting corrections/errata

Please don't send me html ! I con't do anything with it. Instead, send a patch based on the sgml source. To do this, edit Font-HOWTO.sgml, save the new file to Font-HOWTO.sgml.new, and run the diff program:
diff -u Font-HOWTO.sgml Font-HOWTO.sgml.new
and send me the patch. If I like it, it's easy for me to add it immediately. It's also easy for me to quickly inspect the changes and decide whether or not I like them.

1.3. Last Updated

This version is last updated Wed Jul 10 20:05:15 EDT 2002. Go to the location of the document for the latest version.

1.4. Copyright

Copyright (c) 2000-2002 by Donovan Rebbechi

Please freely copy and distribute (sell or give away) this document in any format. It's requested that corrections and/or comments be forwarded to the document maintainer, but you are not obliged to. You may create a derivative work and distribute it provided that you:

If you're considering making a derived work other than a translation, it's requested that you discuss your plans with the current maintainer.

1.5. Rationale

I'm going to make this brief (-; The purpose of this document is to address what was a gaping hole in font documentation. While previously, there were several documents about fonts for Linux, I felt that none of them were comprehensive, all of them had a relatively narrow focus. Hence the goal of this document is not to provide radical new insight into the issue of font handling ( though I have included material previously unavailable ), the main aim is to provide a comprehensive source to act as a starting point for any and all font questions about Linux.

1.6. Credits and Acknowledgements

Special thanks are due to Rod Smith, who made several helpful suggestions, and fixed pfm2afm. Also thanks to Doug Holland, whose Font Deuglification HOWTO proved to be a good reference, John McLaughlin, author of the document that helped me come to grips with Star Office, and the Linux community for their suggestions and constructive comments.




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