[NTG-context] Encoding and mapping glyphs from an expert font

Adam Lindsay atl at comp.lancs.ac.uk
Sat Apr 9 23:56:19 CEST 2005

Idris Samawi Hamid said this at Sat, 9 Apr 2005 15:02:51 -0600:

>By the way, I still don't understand how placing, e.g., /zerooldstyle in the 
>respective /zero position in an encoding file will instruct LatinModern to 
>pick up the glyph from cmmi10. In, for example,
>texnansi-lmb10 LMRomanDemi10-Regular <texnansi-os-lm.enc <lmb10.pfb
>How does ConTeXt know that /zerooldstyle is to be mapped to cmmbi10?
>I must be missing something....

I think I'm missing something from your description. What markup are you
using in your source in order to ascribe these magical properties to OldStyle?
Are you aware of the default mapping of OldStyle to MathItalic?

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