Re: Characters in range 128-159, incl.

Dave Raggett (
Fri, 27 Jan 95 05:19:24 EST

> Can you define "better"? Do you mean "more extensive" or
> "nicer-looking"?

More extensive is the first priority, but nicer looking would also be good.

> I'm not sure I know any more extensive set than Computer Modern with
> the American Math Society extras, and these have all been available in
> the public domain as Type 1 for some time (as well as being available
> as a commercial product), and I think the TrueType versions are being
> worked on.

Can you give me a pointer to where to pick this set up?

BTW, I am about to start work on a highly modular HTML 3.0 browser for Windows.
The idea is to define a set of DLLs to support HTML 3.0 as a custom control
for Visual Basic. This is aimed at making it a lot easier for people to help
with extending the browser, and thereby make it harder for Microsoft (say) to
grab control of Web standards. We hope to demo it at Darmstadt, and being able
to include Computer Modern and an extensive math entity set would be great.

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