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Filename : LCMSS8.MF

 
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% SliTeX Sans Serif 8 point, derived from
% Computer Modern Sans Serif Quotation Style
% by Pierre A. MacKay, 19 August, 1986
if unknown cmbase: input cmbase fi

font_identifier:="LCMSS"; font_size 8pt#;

u#:=20/36pt#; % unit width
width_adj#:=2/36pt#; % width adjustment for certain characters
serif_fit#:=-10/36pt#; % extra sidebar near lowercase serifs
cap_serif_fit#:=-14/36pt#; % extra sidebar near uppercase serifs
letter_fit#:=0pt#; % extra space added to all sidebars

body_height#:=220/36pt#; % height of tallest characters
asc_height#:=200/36pt#; % height of lowercase ascenders
cap_height#:=197/36pt#; % height of caps
fig_height#:=190/36pt#; % height of numerals
x_height#:=150/36pt#; % height of lowercase without ascenders
math_axis#:=80/36pt#; % axis of symmetry for math symbols
bar_height#:=80/36pt#; % height of crossbar in lowercase e
comma_depth#:=40/36pt#; % depth of comma below baseline
desc_depth#:=40/36pt#; % depth of lowercase descenders

crisp#:=18/36pt#; % diameter of serif corners
tiny#:=18/36pt#; % diameter of rounded corners
fine#:=8/36pt#; % diameter of sharply rounded corners
thin_join#:=8/36pt#; % width of extrafine details
hair#:=23/36pt#; % lowercase hairline breadth
stem#:=23/36pt#; % lowercase stem breadth
curve#:=23/36pt#; % lowercase curve breadth
ess#:=23/36pt#; % breadth in middle of lowercase s
flare#:=21/36pt#; % diameter of bulbs or breadth of terminals
dot_size#:=28/36pt#; % diameter of dots
cap_hair#:=23/36pt#; % uppercase hairline breadth
cap_stem#:=27/36pt#; % uppercase stem breadth
cap_curve#:=27/36pt#; % uppercase curve breadth
cap_ess#:=27/36pt#; % breadth in middle of uppercase s
rule_thickness#:=20/36pt#; % thickness of lines in math symbols

dish#:=0pt#; % amount erased at top or bottom of serifs
bracket#:=0pt#; % vertical distance from serif base to tangent
jut#:=0pt#; % protrusion of lowercase serifs
cap_jut#:=0pt#; % protrusion of uppercase serifs
beak_jut#:=0pt#; % horizontal protrusion of beak serifs
beak#:=0pt#; % vertical protrusion of beak serifs
vair#:=18/36pt#; % vertical diameter of hairlines
notch_cut#:=23/36pt#; % maximum breadth above or below notches
bar#:=18/36pt#; % lowercase bar thickness
slab#:=19/36pt#; % serif and arm thickness
cap_bar#:=19/36pt#; % uppercase bar thickness
cap_band#:=19/36pt#; % uppercase thickness above/below lobes
cap_notch_cut#:=23/36pt#; % max breadth above/below uppercase notches
serif_drop#:=0pt#; % vertical drop of sloped serifs
stem_corr#:=.5/36pt#; % for small refinements of stem breadth
vair_corr#:=.5/36pt#; % for small refinements of hairline height
apex_corr#:=4/36pt#; % extra width at diagonal junctions

o#:=6/36pt#; % amount of overshoot for curves
apex_o#:=2/36pt#; % amount of overshoot for diagonal junctions

slant:=0; % tilt ratio $(\Delta x/\Delta y)$
fudge:=.95; % factor applied to weights of heavy characters
math_spread:=0; % extra openness of math symbols
superness:=1/sqrt2; % parameter for superellipses
superpull:=1/10; % extra openness inside bowls
beak_darkness:=0; % fraction of triangle inside beak serifs
ligs:=2; % level of ligatures to be included

square_dots:=true; % should dots be square?
hefty:=true; % should we try hard not to be overweight?
serifs:=false; % should serifs and bulbs be attached?
monospace:=false; % should all characters have the same width?
variant_g:=true; % should an italic-style g be used?
low_asterisk:=false; % should the asterisk be centered at the axis?
math_fitting:=false; % should math-mode spacing be used?

generate sroman % switch to the driver file for SliTeX