{cjk} is about typesetting documents in Chinese/Japanese/Korean.

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How to put kana with CJK in the name of a “polyglotic” glossary entry?

After discovered how to mix glossary and acronym system (See here), and how to put kana/kanji working with pdfLaTeX (See here), I was trying to mix the both, in order to create kind of dictonnary, ...
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How to input kana with PDFLaTeX?

There are a lot of topics about how to use Japanese font, but, often the answer is: use XeLaTeX (or some other), or worse, it's just doesn't work at all. So, knowing that I'm working with PDFLaTeX ...
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Changing the Ruby Font (for Pīnyīn)

Using ruby package to generate both furigana for Japanese and Pīnyīn for Chinese. I use individual \sf calls to individually switch each Pīnyīn from the Japanese font back to the default sans font. ...
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Classicthesis in Chinese?

I wish to compile my dissertation in the beautiful classicthesis. My setting: Mac OX 10.6.8, TeX Live 2012 + LyX 2.0.5. I am able to work and produce document in Chinese elsewhere including in book, ...
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Graphite features (Chinese Pinyin and low diacritics) on Gentium Plus

I'm trying to activate the Graphite features on Gentium Plus (Chinese Pinyin tone marks + low diacritics). This is my minimal example: \documentclass[utf8,12pt,letterpaper]{article} ...
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How to input Chinese characters to LaTeX [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How does one type Chinese in LaTeX? I am a Chinese college student and I want to write a resume with LaTeX; I have searched the Internet, I have heard a package called ...
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The font “Kozuka” can somehow not be used in XeLaTeX on my system

This seems very weird to me, because the Kozuka fonts are the only ones that cannot be used. My system: Windows 8 64-bit, MikTeX 2.9 64-bit, TeXWorks 0.4.4 r.1003. \documentclass[12pt]{article} ...
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Manchu and Mongolian script

I am trying to write a document including Manchu script on a Mac. Manchu is written with the Mongolian alphabet with the addition of some diacritics, but the extra diacritics are included in standard ...
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CJK spacing suddenly no longer works

I have been using CJK script in my documents successfully for some time, but today it suddenly stopped working properly. I did update some packages through TeX Live today, and recently I reinstalled a ...
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Japanese Characters W/O Environment

Is it possible to write Japanese Characters without environment? LaTeX is very popular in Japan, so I don't believe that Japanese always use environments for writing on their native language.
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xeCJK and Chinese Characters [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Displaying pinyin over Chinese characters, without impacting word spacing I'm trying to use xeCJK and I'm having some issues. This is my code; it comes out very ...
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How to insert three Chinese characters?

I am a rank novice in TeX. I read an earlier TeX question about how to display Chinese characters but it seemed to be in context of an article entirely in Chinese. My document is an English article ...
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Fix for CJK punctuation kerning in xetex?

When using xelatex with xeCJK to typeset a document in English with Japanese quotations, I get rather unsightly kerning with Japanese punctuation. In general, punctuation is shifted to the left, so ...
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Why Glossaries with Xindy unable to execute(cannot find the correct PATH)?

After I compiled a tex file by xelatex, I use Glosarries with Xindy to make a index, it reported: $ makeglossaries test makeglossaries version 2.04 (2012-05-19) added glossary type 'main' ...
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Use of Chinese numers similar to \Roman and \Arabic

When formatting sections, I see things like \renewcommand \thesection{\Roman{section}}. I'm currently working on a set of Japanese History course notes, how would one go about defining a \Chinese ...
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Trouble with Japanese characters [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: miktex can't find udmj.cfg I've tried to write japanese characters in LaTeX, but it generates errors, this is what I've done (realy, this is from this from this link ...
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Is there any solution for highlighting text in CJK?

Is there any solution for highlighting texts or sentences in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean? I know none, at the moment. But this will be changed, if someone would like to help me with CJK in LaTeX. ...
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MikTex CJK Windows font issue

I usually use the MS Mincho font for doing Japanese stuff. However, with XeLatex the following creates gobbledegook: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{xeCJK} % Font should be available on windows ...
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MiKTeX 2.9 CJK Korean font not found error

After a day of trying to use Korean fonts in my LaTeX file, I ask this forum for some helpful insight. I'm using MiKTeX 2.9 (just upgraded a few days ago from 2.7). So far, I have been able to use ...
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building a table of images

I seem to have run into an impassable issue that I need help solving, and I am 100% aware that this is impossible just pure LaTeX but I wish it was. So onto the question at hand. I am wanting to ...
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Chicago-style citations of CJK documents (e.g. American Oriental Society): Name order; transcribed/translated titles

Is there a way to produce Chicago-style citations of material written in Chinese, Japanese, for an English-language paper using biblatex-chicago? I want to produce a citation that looks like: Li ...
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biber tries to treat CJK in .bib as ASCII, despite the file being saved in Unicode -> error in biblatex-chicago references

I'm trying to use a .bib that contains CJK characters for my document which uses biblatex-chicago and biber. However, biber writes out the bibliography in ascii when I run biber <filename>.bcf ...
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xelatex: Japanese + latin diacritics with cedilla/comma, slanted text

In a document, I need to get all these working: japanese text latin diacritics with cedilla, e.g şţ and with comma, e.g șț slanted text This is a book I also distribute to others, so I can't ...
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Installing mincho font for MikTeX 2.9 on Windows 7 [closed]

I want to use Japanese Writing in my LateX document and for that I (think that) need to install the Mincho font, which is currently not fully available from mixTeX. My Problem is that I need to be ...
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How do I combine fonts for different scripts?

I want to combine Helvetica World (for roman, cyrillic, greek and arabic) and Hei Std (for simplified chinese) in one document with LuaLaTeX. Hei Std probably hasn't all the glyphs from Helvetica ...
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One of the glyphs used for zero in Chinese does not appear

I use XeLaTeX with TeXShop v. 2.47 and have generally good results with the SimSun and PMingLiU fonts. However, I find that the glyph ○ (U+25CB), which is used for zero in some of my sources, is ...
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\markboth{}{} and CJK

I'm writing a Japanese dictionary using the CJKutf8 package in LaTeX. I wrote a few macros to make entries and everything works fine except setting headers with fancyhdr. Using a macro: ...
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How can I input UTF-8 CJK character in .sty file

I compile my tex file with xelatex and I want to renew the \lstlistlistingname In this case, I just use \renewcommand to do this job. It success if I put this command after package in tex file ...
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What does this warning “** WARNING ** TrueType post table name index 32768 > 32767” mean?

I'm new to TeX and trying to compile this code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{xeCJK} \setCJKmainfont{WenQuanYi Zen Hei Mono} \begin{document} 你好,\TeX! \end{document} I get the pdf fine, but ...
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How to create multilingual (English, Japanese) and multi-format bibliographies with biblatex and biber

As a follow-up to this thread, I would like to know if it is possible to extend this further to change the citation format depending on whether kanji or romanization is selected. Japanese entries ...
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Does ConTeXt have a language code for Korean?

ConTeXt has various language codes, listed in this article at the ConTeXt wiki. I do not see Korean listed. I have tried \language[ko], and the document compiles, but I have no way to verify if it is ...
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Why are all Heiti fonts appearing below the baseline in ConTeXt?

When using Chinese, heiti (黑体) fonts are the equivalent of sans serif. They generally have simple lines. I want to use a heiti font for all of the titles and description labels in my document, ...
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Standard CJK fonts for LaTeX?

TUG maintains an extensive catalogue of fonts at http://www.tug.dk/FontCatalogue/allfonts.html . Is there also one maintained for CJK fonts? I've been using XeLaTeX on OS X with my own fonts, mostly ...
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Problems with CJK in MiKTeX 2.9 on Windows 7

I have always had a problem with the proper configuration of the CJK package. Here is a sample file that I would normally try to compile. ...
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.htf for Chinese utf8 fonts other than unisong*

In continue with this question: Producing html for Chinese documents with Tex4Ht Tex4Ht requires .htf fonts for converting Chinese documents. I've managed to make all the unisong*.htf fonts work ...
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Producing html for Chinese documents with Tex4Ht

I'm using TexLive 2011 on Ubuntu 11.10. Take this for example: \documentclass[UTF8]{ctexart} \begin{document} 文章内容。 \end{document} Then I run htlatex test.tex to convert it to html, but after ...
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Are there any good Chinese beamer templates available for Linux TeX Live users?

I have tested a few templates trying to write slides containing Chinese words with TeX Live (from Ubuntu 11.10 repositories). However, it always turned out that some macros were not found despite that ...
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Combining Chinese, Japanese and Korean text with xeCJK

When combining Chinese, Japanese and Korean text in a document, is there a way to define individual fonts for the respective characters? Especially for Korean, since few fonts support Cn/Jp AND ...
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Trying to make japanese characters appear in the title of a section

I have the following in my TeX: \subsection{Buch 1 問題の日本語} In my Table of Contents it is correctly displayed but in the subsection itself you can only see 1.1 Buch 1. I guess this is because the ...
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Turning Chinese line breaks on and off

I am typesetting a document in Chinese with spaces between words, for the purpose of making it easier for learners. Because of this, I am typesetting most of my document with no line-breaks between ...
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Best way to include some Japanese text in a beamer presentation? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to write Japanese with LaTeX? What's the easiest way to use include some Japanese text in a beamer presentation? I'm looking for a way to include Japanese in a few ...
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Japanese tikz-qtree

I'm having trouble using the example code from tikz-qtree to typeset a Japanese syntax tree. Here's my MWE: \documentclass[10pt,letterpaper]{article} \usepackage{xeCJK} \setCJKmainfont{MS Mincho}% ...
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Zhuyin fuhao tone marks ignoring \setCJKmainfont

My documents usually contain an equal amount of Chinese and English. Here is my preamble, which I found in a manual somewhere: \documentclass{ctexbook} \setmainfont{Minion Pro} ...
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Getting xeCJK package to work with MikTeX

I am trying to write Chinese in LaTeX with MikTeX 2.9, and at the moment I am using fontspec, something like the below. However, I have heard good things about xeCJK, and I am considering switching to ...
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Finding and displaying UTF-8 characters with xesearch

The xesearch package allows one to replace text with other text. E.g.: \documentclass{ctexbook} \usepackage{fontspec} \usepackage{xesearch} \SearchList{list1}{newspaper}{book} \begin{document} ...
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Placing text below other text

How can I place some text centered below other text on the line? I want to create similar to results to what is found in the ruby package, but instead of placing text above, the extra text is put ...
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Getting started with Chinese in ConTeXt

I am trying to setup a basic document with ConTeXt, but I am having difficulty even getting started. First, I tried the documentation at ConTeXt wiki: Chinese. I tried the sample code on that page: ...
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Vertical Chinese text with XeTeX

How can I place vertical Chinese text for some of the text in a document? I think the CJK package can do this, but with XeTeX one generally uses xeCJK. I could not find these options in the ...
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Displaying pinyin over Chinese characters, without impacting word spacing

I want to display pinyin (romanized form) over Chinese characters. However, the two methods I know (using stackrel or tabular both change the spacing between characters. This demonstrates the problem: ...
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Temporarily changing the spacing between Chinese text and numerals

When mixing Chinese text and non-math mode numbers together within a sentence, narrow numbers are given the same amount of space as characters: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{ctexcap} ...