[Cjk] Non-default Korean fonts
Danai SAE-HAN (=?iso-2022-jp?B?GyRCNFpDI0JRGyhC?=)
danai.sae-han at skynet.be
Tue Aug 8 07:44:36 CEST 2006
From: "Dmitri Ulyinov" <icantbelieveitsnotmargerine at hotmail.com>
> Ok, I updated the updmap.cfg file (fyi, MikTeX has it in texmf/miktex/config) and included
> the two .map files (which I deposited in texmf/fonts/map/dvips, as well as .../map/dvipdfm
> and .../map/pdftex for good measure). Also fyi, you can just run updmap directly, but MikTeX
> has an "Options" program in which you can refresh the filename database and update format
> I've managed to get it working now (though only after depositing the .map files in the /
> dvipdfm and /pdftex folders). Success!!! Many thanks for all your patience (putting up with
> my dumb newbie questions) and help.
> Thanks again! 고맙숩니다!
No problem at all! Perhaps it would be best if you could contact the
MikTeX developers and tell them how you installed the fonts. I'm sure
that it will help other users as well. If the MikTeX developers don't
want all the fonts to be installed, then MikTeX should at the very
least include a README file explaining how to install the rest of the
BTW, I'm almost done writing a Makefile to create all the Korean fonts
to be used in UTF-8. It will be a whopping 150MB if uncompressed.
I will let the CJK mailing list know when it's ready.
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