Vit Zyka said this at Tue, 15 Mar 2005 19:23:05 +0100:

enco-st1.tex - ec encoding with storm glyph extension enco-st2.tex - xl2 encoding with storm glyph extension enco-st3.tex - variants (additional glyph) for enco-st1 and enco-st2

Vit, I would refer you to this thread with Thomas Schmitz on "variant encodings": http://www.ntg.nl/pipermail/ntg-context/2005/009057.html I'd call your st1 an EC variant, st2 an XL2 variant, and st3 some sort of custom expert encoding. Ultimately names aren't *that* important, but they can help a lot when others try to pick up and understand your work.

? I have a problem to define mathematics chars. I did: \starttypescript [math] [dynamoRE] [st1] \definefontsynonym [DynamoRE-Math-Letters] [sdgr8te] [encoding=st1] \definefontsynonym [DynamoRE-Math-Letters-Italic] [sdgri8te] [encoding=st1] \definefontsynonym [DynamoRE-Math-Symbols] [sdgr8te] % \definefontsynonym [DynamoRE-Math-Extension] [] \stoptypescript

But I get error: !Math formula deleted: Insufficient symbol fonts. Where is the problem?

I don't know. In doing some math font adaptations, I haven't run into that error message. Basically, with all the mathematics work you're proposing, I don't have enough information to follow what you did and to help. Were there any .enc files you created for these math fonts? How did you install them? Math fonts generally require different metrics.

? - \starttypescript [*] [fallback] is generaly useful. Is a good idea to move it from large type-buy.tex somewhere else?

Have you looked at ThisWay #9 yet? http://pragma-ade.com/show-mag-10.htm I haven't had a chance to play with them yet, but the \setups[font: fallback:sans] look to be helpful.

? Storm fonts have different accent shapes for lover/upper case letters. Is there some mechanism to distinguish this making the composits?

I don't know. But I presume that you're play^H^H^H^Hexperimenting with these customised encodings because you want to use the full complement of designed characters, right? How many of these composite characters will you be needing? cheers, adam -- =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Adam T. Lindsay, Computing Dept. atl@comp.lancs.ac.uk Lancaster University, InfoLab21 +44(0)1524/510.514 Lancaster, LA1 4WA, UK Fax:+44(0)1524/510.492 -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-