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Help on "wasy" font

Dear all

Can any one send me the full family of "wasy" series?(wasy9, wasy10,
wasy12, both ".pfb" and ".pfm").

Now I am having "wasy10" only.

Thanks and Regards
Saravanan,M.
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12/5/2003 7:22:45 AM
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Saravanan_Typesetter@yahoo.co.in (Saravanan,M.)  schrieb:

> Dear all
> 
> Can any one send me the full family of "wasy" series?(wasy9, wasy10,
> wasy12, both ".pfb" and ".pfm").

Search in on ctan.

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12/5/2003 9:53:12 AM
Saravanan,M. wrote:

> Can any one send me the full family of "wasy" series?(wasy9, wasy10,
> wasy12, both ".pfb" and ".pfm").

Look at CTAN:
tex-archive/fonts/wasy/
tex-archive/fonts/wasy2/
HTH,
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j-a-bax (36)
12/5/2003 12:07:04 PM
Thanks for both of U. I need the italic version of the wasy fonts. Is
there any possiblities?

Thanks and Regards
Saravanan,M.
India

Arjen Bax <j-a-bax@freeler.nl> wrote in message news:<bqpsg2$dvs$1@reader10.wxs.nl>...
> Saravanan,M. wrote:
> 
> > Can any one send me the full family of "wasy" series?(wasy9, wasy10,
> > wasy12, both ".pfb" and ".pfm").
> 
> Look at CTAN:
> tex-archive/fonts/wasy/
> tex-archive/fonts/wasy2/
> HTH,
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12/6/2003 8:28:14 AM
"Saravanan,M." schrieb:
> 
> Thanks for both of U. I need the italic version of the wasy fonts. Is
> there any possiblities?

No, they don't exists as italics.
Which particular symbol do you need in talic style?

Walter


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12/8/2003 2:13:31 PM
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