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[On the different versions of the Computer Modern fonts] [Computer Modern Roman fonts] [Computer Modern Sans Serif fonts]
Read about the main differences between the original and the European versions of the fonts on the page about the roman fonts.
The Latin Modern Mono 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.
The Computer Modern Typewriter Quotation is made a tiny bit wider than the original. It has an European version as well.
The Latin Modern Mono Light is as the name suggests a lighter version of Latin Modern Mono.
The Latin Modern Mono Light Condensed a narrower version of Latin Modern Mono Light.
The Latin Modern Mono Proportional has an apparently similar design but the metric is made proportional; i.e. based on the visible width of the characters. As the metric is not bound to be within a fixed width some of the characters have quite different design. The font has (visible) ligatures.