[Foxet] font definitions again

Adam Lindsay atl at comp.lancs.ac.uk
Sat Mar 5 18:30:45 CET 2005

Bruce D'Arcus said this at Sat, 5 Mar 2005 10:51:32 -0500:

>\definefontsynonym [FO:Myriad]             [MyriadPro]
>\definefontsynonym [FO:Myriad:bold]        [MyriadProBold]
>\definefontsynonym [FO:Myriad:italic]      [MyriadProItalic]
>\definefontsynonym [FO:Myriad:bold:italic] [MyriadProBoldItalic]

The fontsynonyms HoeflerBlackItalic and the like are defined in type-xtx.
You need to define MyriadProBoldItalic (etc.) locally for these to work.

My adobe type classics/OpenType MyWay has some definitions to get you
started, but I don't have XeTeX-style typescripts for those Adobe fonts
lying around. 

>Anyone have a clue how to code optical size here?  Would that be a 

Sounds like it to me. Sounds like the stylesheet is the best place to put
the font switch logic (for the moment). The top-level (FO-shim) font
definitions would have things like:

 \definefontsynonym [FO:Minion:regular:normal:caption] [MinionProCaption]

And the MinionProCaption synonym would then be defined in another typescript.
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