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C R O A T I A N   F O N T S

This package may be distributed without limitation, but the fonts may
not be modified.

The basic file is crogl.tex, containing my article ``Croatian
fonts'', accompanied by several files with tables.
There you can see how to use these fonts.

The definitions of fonts and ligatures are contained in
llig.tex, which should always be inputed in a tex file.
In the case you use Croatian fonts for your own books
or articles, I would appreciate a mention.

The following files should be metafonted:

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ANGULAR GLAGOLITIC

ugl10   (angular glagolitic, 10pt) activated by \mgl
ugl     (12pt) activated by \ngl
ugve    (large)

ANGULAR GLAGOLITIC LIGATURES (about 60)

gg10    (10pt)
gg      (12pt)
ggv     (large)
ggv1    (large)

        These ligatures are activated also by \ugl or \ngl.
        See the definition list of various ligatures in
        llig.tex (for example, to get the `ml' glagolitic
        ligature, you should write {\mgl\ml}).

ROUND GLAGOLITIC

obl10   (10pt) activated by \mobl
obl     (12pt) activated by \obl

BASKA TABLET STYLE

bass10  (10pt) activated by \bass
bass    (12pt) activated by \bassv

BAROMICH BROKEN LIGATURES

lom     (10pt) activated by \lom

CURSIVE CROATIAN GLAGOLITIC

kur     (10pt) activated by \kur

SEVERAL CALYGRAPHIC LETTERS

cal     (12pt) activated by \kal

CROATIAN CYRILLIC (bosancica)

hcyr    (10pt) activated by \hc

CROATIAN WATTLE PATTERNS

pleter  activated by \pleter
plet    activated by \plet
ple     activated by \ple


         A standard way to use \pleter is to write
         {\pleter 1eeeeeee2}. In this way you can obtain a very nice
         headline composed of the Croatian wattle. You can also
         compose vertical patterns.

         To use \plet you write {\plet srrrt} to obtain a rather
         complex wattle.

         The ple.mf contains only one symbol ``a'' (a rather complex
         circular wattle pattern): {\ple a}

STECHAK ORNAMENTS

stechak

       For example, see what happens when you write
       {\stechak NNNNNNNN}

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Additional informations can be obtained at the end of my
article glcro.tex, accepted for publication in TUG (March
1996).

Finally, I would be free to inform you that I prepared a
book ``Hrvatska glagoljica'', devoted to the history of
the glagolitic script (``Croatian glagolitic'', written
in Croatian), 414 p. (A5 format). It is planned to be
published in March 1996.

Best wishes,

Darko Zubrinic,
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
Av. Vukovar 39, Zagreb, Croatia

e-mail: darko.zubrinic@fer.hr
http://www.tel.fer.hr/hrvatska/Croatia-HCS.html