klewlis wrote:I like it. That's the type of thing that I would print.
mingshey wrote:And the greek font melts well with the latin font.
Emma_85 wrote:It looks great, and I also think that most people won't be put off by it being in PDF format, as PDF is so practical and most people can open it
vidalf wrote:how about these fonts instead?
mingshey wrote:...TITUS Cyberbit Basic that you can see at http://www.russellcottrell.com/greek/fonts.htm
And I prefer TITUS Cyberbit Basic.
vidalf wrote:As a matter of fact my samples are produced with latex, using psgreek package. Most good fonts from mingshey's link are included there (at least they look alike).
Although this method does not use any ttf, it requires one to use betacode-like system (very unstandard) to typeset greek text. To work this over I have made some python scripts to convert from unicode or perseus' betacode into the format required by psgreek.
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