Commit 9ab0e97d authored by Peter Billam's avatar Peter Billam

remove many comment lines

parent 14fe7107
......@@ -1523,46 +1523,10 @@ dup length dict begin
end
/FatBluntItalic exch definefont pop
%/FatSimpleSmallCaps << % see ASCIISmallCaps, comp.lang.postscript
% /FontType 3 % PLRM p278 composite fonts are FontType 0
% /FontMatrix [ 1 0 0 1 0 0 ]
% /FMapType 6
% /SubsVector <00 61 1a>
% % /Encoding [ 0 1 2 ]
% /Encoding 256 array
% /FDepVector [
% /FatSimple findfont
% /FatSimple-SC /FatSimple findfont dup length dict copy
% dup /FontName /FatSimple-SC put
% dup /Encoding [65 1 90 {1 string dup 0 4 -1 roll put cvn} for] put
%% dup /Encoding [/A/B/C/D/E/F/G/H/I/J/K/L/M/N/O/P/Q/R/S/T/U/V/W/X/Y/Z] put
% definefont 0.8 scalefont
% /FatSimple-end /FatSimple findfont dup length dict copy
% dup /FontName /FatSimple-end put
% dup /Encoding [ /bracketleft /bar /bracketright
% /tilde /.notdef ] put
% definefont
% ]
%>> definefont pop
% can I use currentrgbcolor within the /CharProcs dict to
% get the rgb for a shaded edge to the letter, for a 3D effect ?
% currentrgbcolor % modelled on rgbmix with w1==w2==0.5
% 2 exp 0.5 mul 3 1 roll 2 exp 0.5 mul 3 1 roll 2 exp 0.5 mul 3 1 roll
% setrgbcolor
%/FatSimpleItalicSmallCaps << % see ASCIISmallCaps, comp.lang.postscript
% /FontType 3 % PLRM p278 composite fonts are FontType 0
% /FontMatrix [ 1 0 0 1 0 0 ]
% /FMapType 6
% /SubsVector <00 61 1a>
% /Encoding [ 0 1 2 ]
% /FDepVector [
% /FatSimpleItalic findfont
% /FatSimpleItalic-SC /FatSimpleItalic findfont dup length dict copy
% dup /FontName /FatSimpleItalic-SC put
% dup /Encoding [65 1 90 {1 string dup 0 4 -1 roll put cvn} for] put
%% dup /Encoding [/A/B/C/D/E/F/G/H/I/J/K/L/M/N/O/P/Q/R/S/T/U/V/W/X/Y/Z] put
% definefont 0.8 scalefont
% /FatSimpleItalic-end /FatSimpleItalic findfont dup length dict copy
% dup /FontName /FatSimpleItalic-end put
% dup /Encoding [ /bracketleft /bar /bracketright
% /tilde /.notdef ] put
% definefont
% ]
%>> definefont pop
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