[tex-live] Typesetting short passages in Greek
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Tue Apr 12 00:51:11 CEST 2005
Thanks for your assistance,
I actually managed to solve my problem in a wholly different way.
In truth, my ultimate goal was to typeset a document in LaTeX that
used Times New Roman fonts with very few short passages in Ancient
Greek. I was able to accomplish this thanks to the insertion of a few
directives (copied below, in case someone else is interested)
in the preamble as suggested by Apostolos Syropoulos
----- Original Message -----
From: "Karl Berry" <karl at freefriends.org>
To: <castel at alum.mit.edu>
Cc: <tex-live at tug.org>
Sent: Friday, April 08, 2005 1:04 PM
Subject: Re: [tex-live] Typesetting short passages in Greek
> Hello Giuseppe,
> Warning: pdflatex.exe (file grmi1000): Font grmi1000 at 600 not found
> Warning: pdflatex.exe (file grxn1440): Font grxn1440 at 600 not found
> Warning: pdflatex.exe (file grmn1000): Font grmn1000 at 600 not found
> Warning: pdflatex.exe (file grmn1200): Font grmn1200 at 600 not found
> Warning: pdflatex.exe (file grmn1728): Font grmn1728 at 600 not found
> Is this with TeX Live 2004, or what?
> When I installed TL'04, with all packages and all languages, I did get
> those pfb files:
> Do you have pfb's in some analogous location?
> If you have the pfb's but pdflatex can't find them, that indicates a map
> file problem. In my case, the file
> contains entries for them:
> grmi1000 TeX-grmi1000 <grmi1000.pfb
> grxn1440 TeX-grxn1440 <grxn1440.pfb
> However, on Windows, the map file updating process is different, and I
> don't know the details. Others here can presumably help if necessary.
> Hope it helps a little, anyway ...
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