[NTG-context] Cyrillic in Mark IV

Rogutės Sparnuotos rogutes at googlemail.com
Sun Jun 6 10:59:37 CEST 2010


Wolfgang Schuster (2010-06-06 10:44):
> Am 06.06.10 10:39, schrieb Rogutės Sparnuotos:
> >Yury G. Kudryashov (2010-06-06 11:55):
> >>Hi!
> >>
> >>How can I typeset Russian in Mark IV? None of the examples from wiki work. I
> >>found "TeXGyre and (no) Cyrillic" thread, but there are no instructions,
> >>just "Cyrillic doesn't work with TeXGyre anymore".
> >
> >Just install some fonts with Cyrillic glyphs to your system and use them.
> >For example, this is how I (minimally) used CMU Serif [1]:
> >
> >\definetypeface[cyr][rm][Xserif][CMU Serif]
> >\definetypeface[cyr][ss][Xsans][CMU Sans Serif]
> >\definetypeface[cyr][tt][Xmono][CMU Typewriter Text Variable Width]
> 
> For MkIV you need:
> 
> \definetypeface[cyr][rm][specserif][CMU Serif]
> \definetypeface[cyr][ss][specsans] [CMU Sans Serif]
> \definetypeface[cyr][tt][specmono] [CMU Typewriter Text Variable Width]

I just copied the code from a MkII-XeTeX doc, hoping it will
work...should've tested before sending...could've just worked.

I had no idea what the 'Xserif' option does, and now one more riddle -
'specserif'. But even with this change, MkIV doesn't print anything:

!define font    : font with name cmuserif-normal-normal is not found
!define font    : unknown font cmuserif-normal-normal, loading aborted
!define font    : unable to define cmuserif-normal-normal as \*cyr12ptrmtf*

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--  Rogutės Sparnuotos


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