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[On the different versions of the Computer Modern fonts] [Computer Modern Sans Serif Fonts] [Computer Modern Typewriter Fonts]
The Latin Modern Fonts were designed to extend the glyph coverage of the Computer Modern family. They are provided as Type 1 as well as OpenType fonts.
Yet another implementation of The Computer Modern fonts with enhanced glyph coverage is the New Computer Modern fonts. These fonts tend to keep the visual design of the original Computer Modern Fonts. The New Computer Modern fonts come in OpenType only.
As the original design of the Computer Modern fonts were made in MetaFont with a high degree of parameterization, several modifications of the fonts are available.
Furthermore there are several re-implementations of the original fonts as demonstrated above.
Another version of the Computer Modern fonts is the MLModern fonts. They are designed to be a blacker drop-in replacement for the Latin Modern fonts.
The Computer Modern Dunhill Roman is a somewhat true stylistic alternative of the original fonts. It has en extended ascend (stem height) and it is useable as an artistic alternative to the original fonts.
The Computer Concrete fonts are designed by Donald Knuth (the designer of the origina Computer Modern fonts) to match the Euler math font.
This font is made with the parameters of the original fonts taken from the Fibonacci sequence.
A outlined version of the original fonts.