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         gftodvi - make proof sheets from generic font files
         gftodvi [  -overflow-label-offset=real  ]  [  -verbose  ]  [
         gf_file_name ]
         This manual page is not meant to be  exhaustive.   The  com-
         plete  documentation for this version of TeX can be found in
         the info file or manual Web2C: A TeX implementation.
         The gftodvi program converts a generic font (gf) file output
         by,  for  example, mf(1), to a device independent (DVI) file
         (that can then be typeset using the same software  that  has
         already been written for TeX). The characters in the gf file
         will appear one per page, with labels, titles,  and  annota-
         tions  as  specified  in Appendix H (Hardcopy Proofs) of The
         gftodvi uses other fonts in addition to the main gf file.  A
         `gray' font is used to typeset the pixels that actually make
         up the character. (We wouldn't want all  the  pixels  to  be
         simply  black,  since  then  labels,  key  points, and other
         information would be lost.)  A `title' font is used for  the
         information  at  the top of the page. A `label' font is used
         for the labels on key points of the figure. A  `slant'  font
         is  used  to typeset diagonal lines, which otherwise have to
         be simulated  using  horizontal  and  vertical  rules.   The
         default  gray,  title,  and  label fonts are gray, cmr8, and
         cmtt10, respectively; there is no default slant font.
         To change the default fonts, you can give  special  commands
         in  your  Metafont  source file, or you can change the fonts
         online. An online dialog ensues if you end the  gf_file_name
         with a `/'. For example,
           gftodvi cmr10.300gf/
           Special font substitution: grayfont black
           OK; any more? grayfontarea /home/art/don/
           OK; any more? slantfont /home/fonts/slantimagen6
           OK; any more? <RET>
         will  use  /home/art/don/black  as  the  `gray'   font   and
         /home/fonts/slantimagen6  as  the  `slant'  font  (this name
         indicates a font for lines with slope 1/6 at the  resolution
         of an Imagen printer).
         The gf_file_name on the command line must be complete.  (The
         program  prompts  you for it if you don't give it.)  Because
         the resolution is part of the extension, it would  not  make
         sense  to  append a default extension as is done with TeX or
         DVI-reading software. The output file name defaults  to  the
         same  root as the gf file, with the dvi extension added. For
         example, the input file cmr10.2602gf would become cmr10.dvi.
         The argument to -overflow-label-offset  specifies  the  dis-
         tance  from  the right edge of the character bounding box at
         which the overflow equations  (if  any)  are  typeset.   The
         value  is given in TeX points.  The default is a little over
         two inches.
         Without the  -verbose  option,  gftodvi  operates  silently.
         With it, a banner and progress report are printed on stdout.
         gftodvi looks for gf_file_name using the  environment  vari-
         able GFFONTS.  If that is not set, it uses the variable TEX-
         FONTS. If that is not set, it uses the system default.
         See tex(1) for the details of the searching.
              The default fonts.
              The Metafont sources.
         tex(1), mf(1).
         Donald E. Knuth, The Metafontbook (Volume C of Computers and
         Typesetting), Addison-Wesley, 1986, ISBN 0-201-13445-4.
         Donald E. Knuth et al., Metafontware.
         Donald E. Knuth wrote the program. It was published as  part
         of the Metafontware technical report, available from the TeX
         Users Group.  Paul Richards ported it to Unix.

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