Latin Modern Mono Font

by GUST e-foundry

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Latin Modern Mono Font

20 font family styles

8 Regular Style

LMMono8-Regular
postscript 736 glyphs 759 characters

9 Regular Style

LMMono9-Regular
postscript 735 glyphs 759 characters

10 Regular Style

LMMono10-Regular
postscript 734 glyphs 759 characters

10 Italic Style

LMMono10-Italic
postscript 732 glyphs 759 characters

12 Regular Style

LMMono12-Regular
postscript 734 glyphs 759 characters

Caps 10 Oblique Style

LMMonoCaps10-Oblique
postscript 733 glyphs 758 characters

Caps 10 Regular Style

LMMonoCaps10-Regular
postscript 733 glyphs 758 characters

Light 10 Regular Style

LMMonoLt10-Regular
postscript 732 glyphs 759 characters

Light 10 Oblique Style

LMMonoLt10-Oblique
postscript 733 glyphs 759 characters

Light 10 Bold Style

LMMonoLt10-Bold
postscript 731 glyphs 759 characters

Light 10 Bold Oblique Style

LMMonoLt10-BoldOblique
postscript 732 glyphs 759 characters

Slanted 10 Regular Style

LMMonoSlant10-Regular
postscript 734 glyphs 759 characters

Light Cond 10 Regular Style

LMMonoLtCond10-Regular
postscript 733 glyphs 759 characters

Light Cond 10 Oblique Style

LMMonoLtCond10-Oblique
postscript 738 glyphs 759 characters

Prop 10 Regular Style

LMMonoProp10-Regular
postscript 777 glyphs 794 characters

Prop 10 Oblique Style

LMMonoProp10-Oblique
postscript 776 glyphs 794 characters

Prop Light 10 Regular Style

LMMonoPropLt10-Regular
postscript 777 glyphs 794 characters

Prop Light 10 Oblique Style

LMMonoPropLt10-Oblique
postscript 780 glyphs 794 characters

Prop Light 10 Bold Style

LMMonoPropLt10-Bold
postscript 779 glyphs 794 characters

Prop Light 10 BoldOblique Style

LMMonoPropLt10-BoldOblique
postscript 777 glyphs 794 characters
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    About Latin Modern Mono Font

    The Latin Modern fonts are derived from the famous Computer Modern fonts designed by Donald E. Knuth and described in Volume E of his Computers & Typesetting series.

    An extended Type 1 (PostScript) form implementation of the Computer Modern fonts resulting from the work of numerous people was derived from high resolution METAFONT-generated bitmaps and published in 1997 for general use under the name of AMSFonts by a consortium of scientific publishers which included the American Mathematical Society (AMS). The AMS since then holds the copyrights for AMSFonts in order to assure their authenticity. More details can be found in the relevant section at the AMS web site.

    One of the main extensions characterizing the Latin Modern collection is the addition of an extensive set of diacritical characters, covering many scripts based on the Latin character set, mainly European, but not only, most notably Vietnamese. The project is authored by Bogusław “Jacko” Jackowski and Janusz M. Nowacki aka “Ulan”, supported in LaTeX matters by Marcin Woliński.

    Source: https://www.gust.org.pl/projects/e-foundry/latin-modern

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