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If a bitmap font cannot be found or created at the requested size,
Kpathsea looks for the font at a set of fallback resolutions. You
specify these resolutions as a colon-separated list (like search paths).
Kpathsea looks first for a program-specific environment variable (e.g.,
DVIPSSIZES for Dvipsk), then the environment variable
TEXSIZES, then a default specified at compilation time (the Make
default_texsizes). You can set this list to be empty if
you prefer to find fonts at their stated size or not at all.
Finally, if the font cannot be found even at the fallback resolutions,
Kpathsea looks for a fallback font, typically `cmr10'. Programs
must enable this feature by assigning to the global variable
kpse_fallback_font or calling
(see section 5.2 Calling sequence); the default is no fallback font.
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