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How to choose fonts with different optical sizes with fontspec [duplicate]

The font EB Garamond is a font that provides (at the moment two) different optical sizes. The fontspec package will automatically choose the appropriate optical size (cf. the manual under section ...
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Modifying moderncv to look like an example cv

I would like to create a cv with moderncv like the example below. I have set my fontsize to 10pt but the letters in this cv seem smaller. Furthermore the dates look awesome but I cannot achieve the ...
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Change default font size while using fontspec

I'd like to set the main font size (i.e. all text which isn't a heading or something else with an explicit font size) to a particular font size, in this case, 9.5pt. I can't use the default package ...
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assigning font size in .sty files

I am using a LaTeX template which contains a .sty file. The problem is that I am getting error for the below line which is shown below it. \font\chaptocfont=\helveticabold ERROR: ! Font ...
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Does LaTeX automatically change fonts when switching between Title, Author, Date, and Body Text or sizes modifiers?

I have a question regarding the inner workings of the system. Let us assume that I am using the article class. I cannot help but notice that the title seems to have a different look than the body ...
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fontspec: Load an italic text font so that it has the same x-height as the “main” (roman) text font

Suppose that one likes the "upright" shape of the font Sabon Next LT Pro, but prefers the "italic" shape of the font Garamond Premier Pro over the italic shape of Sabon Next. (Both fonts are ...
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Is there a way to use different local font files for different font size in fontspec?

I am a big lover of the EB-Garamond fonts by Georg Duffner. As of now, he has made two sets of font files, EB-Garamond-8 and EB-Garamond-12, respectively for “design size 8pt” and “design size 12pt”. ...
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Does XeLaTeX automatically select optical sizes for a given font, if available?

I've been intrigued by a great feature of XeLaTeX (perhaps it was already a feature of (La)TeX) for a long time -- its ability to automatically select the appropriate optical size of a font for a ...
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Using multiple system fonts

I'd like to use 3-4 different specific system fonts (e.g., Georgia, HelveticaNeui Light, and Lucida Sans) with certain font sizes for different sections of a page. How would I do this? Edit: Thanks ...
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Font Size Conversion

I am writing a document that is supposed to be typeset in Time New Roman or equivalent. The problem I have is that 12pt in font A is not the same as 12pt in font B. So is there a conversion table of ...
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1answer
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Reproducing Foreign Affairs Magazine's Style

I wanted to reproduce (or get something close to) the style the Foreign Affairs magazine uses (link to a sample article below) using fontspec and XeLaTeX. Right off the bat I don't know what their ...
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Adjust \lxvchars etc. for \documentclass point size

Follow-up to query re: adjusting textheight in memoir Apparently, memoir's \setlxvchars[\normalfont]\setxlvchars[\normalfont] commands standardize the result to 10pt, regardless of the point size ...
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Strange latex font warnings with fontsize, tikz, fontspec

This is mostly the same code as in: Problem with itemize indentation in minipage in tikz node ... but with a few changes - notably, it uses fontspec with Junicode font, and so needs to be compiled ...
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Open Type Fonts have different scale in XeLaTeX

I am trying to create a template that allows easy switching of the main font using fontspec. I have noticed that the size of different fonts varies greatly, as the picture below illustrates. If we ...
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How do I change the font size in LuaLaTeX?

\documentclass{minimal} \usepackage[paperheight = 140mm,% comprimento paperwidth = 200mm,% altura margin = 10mm % tamanho da margem ]{geometry} ...
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Fontspec SizeFeatures and recursive font definition

I suspect this isn't valid code, but the docs are ambiguous. fontspec is loaded with \fontspec[<font features>]{fontname}. BoldFont is included in "font features". Then I should be able to ...
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How can i use special glyphs in large font sizes, with fontspec?

now i have some trouble with font size declaration, using XeTeX's fontspec package. I read the fontspec manual. There is no explicit section about font size, but i see that the author of the manual ...
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How should one setup fontspec package to exploit best features of Pro fonts ?

Suppose that you have a Pro class fonts such as Adobe Arno which has several design sizes as described below: Design Size Size Ranges Caption: 8 point 5–8.5 point SmText: 10 ...
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Setting default font size in \newfontfamily

When mixing fonts in XeTeX, some fonts have quite different aspects for the same size. Say, I'm using Linux Libertine as my main font and I want to use Latino Elongated for chapter headings. Latino ...