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Replacing a glyph in one font with a glyph from another

I am a newbie with LaTeX when it comes to fonts. I would like to replace the double story "a" in Latin Modern for a single story "a" version (and similarly for the "g"). I just prefer my typeset ...
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Measuring the true height of a character

Suppose you have got a character that sits above the reference point. When you measure its height, the empty space above reference point gets also included in its height measurement but that is not ...
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PNAS style and non-latin characters in author's name

I am using style PNAStwo (for a submission to PNAS). However, its fonts for authors, affiliations and abstract seem do not contain non-latin characters like ł (\l) or ø (\o), and produce some random ...
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How to input characters into XeLaTeX

How do I input the non-keyboard characters into TeXShop? My minimum working example: \documentclass{book} % Font Settings \usepackage{fontspec} \newfontfamily\myfont{C64 Pro Mono} \begin{document} ...
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Why doesn't \usepackage{times} work with cyrillic characters?

I need to add some text to my LaTeX document, I need to use Times New Roman font, and that text contains cyrillic characters. I tried using times package: \usepackage{times} but that simply omits ...
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Using both a double-story and single-story g in math mode

I am writing some mathematics in which I want to use both typographic variants of the lowercase 'g' in math mode. See the Wikipedia page to see the two variants. There is a single-story and a ...
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Middle English Yogh character

I was wondering if anyone knows of a package which supports the Middle English character yogh - that's Ȝ (U+021C) ȝ (U+021D). In TIPA, there is the character ezh - that's Ʒ (U+01B7) ʒ (U+0292). Ezh is ...
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libertineGlyph and pdflatex [duplicate]

This is a follow-up question to How to get Wikipedia W from Linux Libertine? How can \libertineGlyph{W.alt} set with pdflatex? This MWE works fine \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} ...
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LaTeX font for 'old-fashioned' script characters

Browsing through a copy of Counterexamples in Analysis (Gelbaum & Olmsted), I'm quite enjoying the typeface used for 'script' letters (see links to examples below); visually it's somewhere ...
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How to prevent combining a character?

"EB Garamond" font combines ʿ character and the preceding letter. Consider following document: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont{EB Garamond} \begin{document} aʿ bʿ cʿ dʿ ...
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Special L for Lie Derivative

Does anyone happen to know how to typeset the special L character found, for example, in eq. 2.41 in this paper: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1107.5792v2.pdf that is being used for the Lie derivative? Thanks ...
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UTF-8 (but not in current font) character in newcommand

I'm trying to define a new single-character LaTeX command (to insert a 1 pt space with \kern1pt) and want to use one of the characters obtained through the AltGr key on a US International keyboard ...
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UTF-8 characters not displayed with xelatex (pandoc)

I'm using XeLaTeX with pandoc to generate PDFs from markdown files: but the "⇒" character (UTF8) does not get correctly generated (it's not show in the output file). Is it possible to get the "⇒" ...
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1answer
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How does one make two characters active?

In russian babel, it's possible to write << to get a russian opening quote character. However, some fonts that have such character (like the one provided by anttor package) don't use that and ...
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What's a good typewriter template?

I'm searching for a template which makes a document look like it's written with a real typewriter. Ideally, this means it's not only in mono-spaced font, but the hyphenation is adjusted accordingly. ...
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Bar-less “f” and finetuning existing characters

Specific question I would like to produce an italic f without the crossbar. Can I do this relatively straightforwardly? This letter, esh (ʃ), is Unicode U+01A9, U+0283. The esh of tipa.sty only ...
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297 views

utf8 characters

I would like to include the output of the npm list command in a latex verbatim block: jeroen@jeroen-ubuntu:~/Desktop$ npm install d3 jeroen@jeroen-ubuntu:~/Desktop$ npm list /home/jeroen/Desktop └─┬ ...
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Add notches to characters

The title is self-explanatory really, all I really want to do is be able to add some kind of notch to any character, so that they are visible if you are actively looking for them. Like accents, but ...
7
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1answer
239 views

Copy Czech characters from PDF with charter font

I wanna be able to copy czech characters from PDF, but for some reason it doesn´t work. here is my code: \usepackage{cmap} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{charter} ...
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Dealing with word boundaries in a pl file

What is the easiest way to express replacement rules like “If a letter follows, replace ‘s’ by ‘ſ’” and “If a non-letter/word-boundary follows, replace ‘g’ by ‘g.final’” in a pl file? Context I am ...
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How to find out which glyphs are different in an OpenType style set?

With fontspec, and XeTeX or LuaTeX it's possible to access a font's OpenType features, including the Style Sets, e.g. like this: \addfontfeatures{RawFeature=+ss01;+ss18} TeX.sx has already taught ...
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1answer
279 views

Escaped characters in typewriter font

I know a number of ways to fix this (e.g. \usepackage[T1]{fontenc}), but I want to understand what's happening in the following example. \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \noindent \$ \% ...
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1answer
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Are there umlaut variants for non-blackletter fonts?

In the yfonts package for blackletter fonts, there is an option varumlaut that puts a tiny "e" instead of the two dots on your umlaut ä, ö, ü. Is there any other font that has these kind of glyphs? ...
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Replacing “a” in latin modern

I would like to replace the "a" (double-story minuscule) for the single-story minuscule in Latin Modern. I really hate that the printed "a" is not the same as the handwritten "a", and would like to ...
7
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2answers
647 views

Glyph substitution: alternate capital Q in URW-Garamond? (LaTeX, Mac OS X)

I am using URW Garamond in LaTeX running on Mac OS X. The capital Q has a very long swash (extending beyond the next two glyphs!), which makes it unusable for me (I have too many capital Q's in my ...
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changing font of one (or a small number of) text character only [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Font substitution with XeLaTeX I am using a text font that unfortunately does not have accents for the letter e, which I need. But I have found a very similar font, and ...
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Is there a ditto symbol?

I believe that a symbol -||- is commonly used to indicate repetition of a fragment of text. The problem is that typesetting it using dashes and pipes looks kind of ugly. Is there a predefined symbol ...
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list of supported chars for current LaTeX configuration

I am calling pdfLaTeX with text entered in a web form. I would like to replace important chars not supported by LaTeX with the right LaTeX command. How can I get a list of chars supported by LaTeX so ...
2
votes
1answer
160 views

What is the problem with characters < and > in PDF display? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Include < and > symbol Why when I create pdf in texlive with pdflatex, the characters < and > are displayed as inverted ! and ?, respectively. However, when ...
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How to get Wikipedia W from Linux Libertine?

How can I get the Wikipedia-looking crossing-w from Linux Libertine font? They talk about it on their homepage and in the wikipedia article, but I can't find an example of how to actually produce it. ...
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3answers
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Producing “chandrabindu-halanth” symbol in devanagari

Can the above image be produced using the devanagari package. To produce it I used the skt package but I am curious to know if this image (that is the chandrabindu along with the halanth) can be ...
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Outlined characters

How could I produce characters which are outlined when the character itself is in some color. A picture to illustrate what I'm after: The problems with the above are that: the outline is of no ...
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Script-r Symbol

The near-ubiquitous undergraduate reference on electrodynamics, "Introduction to Electrodynamics" by David Griffiths make extensive use of a script-r symbol, defined to be \vector{\scriptr} \equiv ...
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votes
3answers
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Typesetting the Identity Operator for txfonts

I use the txfonts package in my document for fonts. However, I am at a loss as to how to produce the identity operator, which looks like a blackboard bold 1. Now, \documentclass{article} ...
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2answers
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IPA characters in plain TeX

Is there a way to type IPA characters in TeX? There is the tipa package for LaTeX, but what about plain TeX? I don't have any experience with installing fonts in TeX and can't find any good resource ...
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1answer
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How to raise a character in the whole document?

In my document (due to combind both Chinese and English), all (, ), [, ], etc., are all too low. Is it posibble to raise all (, ), [, ], or any characters user defines to desire height? (for ex. If I ...