4
votes
1answer
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Bad horizontal spacing when using the fourier/utopia font

Consider the following MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fourier} \begin{document} If \(0<b<1\). \emph{If \(0<b<1\)}. \emph{If 0<b<1} \end{document} that yields the ...
8
votes
2answers
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Letter with ' (and correct spacing)

I am struggling with a problem I can't even name properly: I'm writing an article about an object A as well as its slightly different variant A'. I am wondering what character/symbol and/or spacing ...
2
votes
1answer
186 views

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 ...
6
votes
2answers
358 views

Keeping the distance between mathematical symbols consistent?

In order to make text flushed both left and right, latex adjusts the distance between words, and to a lesser extent, the distance between characters within a word. This is good, however it also ...
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votes
2answers
499 views

Too much space before digit “1”

In many fonts, the digit 1 contains a lot of empty space on its left side. Maybe this is desirable inside a number like 512, but it looks wrong to me when the 1 appears at the beginning of a word, as ...
14
votes
2answers
227 views

How do I get microtype's “outer spacing” to work with the xspace package?

Microtype adds extra space to the start and end of letterspaced text, configured via the \SetTracking command's "outer spacing" option. Unfortunately, xspace breaks this. For example, I define a few ...
6
votes
3answers
969 views

Center-justify with hrule above and below

On my title page, I have something like this: \rule{\linewidth}{0.25mm}\\[0.25cm] \huge \textbf{This is my title, it is somewhat long and split over two lines!}\\[0.25cm] \normalsize ...
14
votes
3answers
728 views

How can I get Sperrsatz?

Sperrsatz is a special kind of emphasis often used in combination with blackletter fonts. A word in Sperrsatz has 0.125 em spaces between its characters, but some ligatures are preserved. For example: ...