{libertine} is about the Linux Libertine font which can be loaded with the package of the same name.

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Is it possible to use Linux Libertine as a mathematical font?

I recently heard that there is a package called unicode-math that makes it possible to use an ordinary TTF/OTF font for mathematic typesetting. To what degree is that possible with Linux Libertine? I ...
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Possible Biolinum bug with italic bold face

The following example produces some wrong font shapes: \documentclass[10pt]{book} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[biolinum]{libertine} \begin{document} \textsf{\textit{\textbf{E L g h}}} ...
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Libertine with sfmath and siunitx in Beamer

I am trying to use the Linux Libertine fonts with sfmath and siunitx package but it doesn't work with beamer class. \documentclass[11pt]{beamer} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...
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Textcomp symbols disappear with some font packages

I need certain symbols for describing poetic meter, which texdoc symbols tells me are provided by the textcomp package. The symbols do appear with the default Computer Modern (loading no font ...
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Oldstyle Numbers in Numbering of Chapters, Figures and Tables

I am using pdflatex with libertineas my main font. For the numbering of my pages, chapters, my figures and tables (and only of these), I would like to use oldstyle numerals. Any suggestions on how to ...
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Italic numbers using Linux Libertine

I'm trying to typeset a document using xelatex with main font Linux Libertine. Here's the minimal working example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \setromanfont[ Ligatures = TeX, ...
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Partial Sign with Unicode Math

I have a problem with Linux Libertine and the \partial sign. I use following code, but there is no \partial sign (I left all my fonts there, but the problem is the font for range=\mathit): ...
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\pdfglyphtounicode with XeTeX

One well known problem with using the font Linux Libertine (presumably other fonts too), is that its many ligatures are not recognized in the resulting pdf-file, so that it's not possible to search ...
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Upright small greek via newtxmath without replacing the math font

I am trying to conform to the International Standard ISO 80000-2. The isomath package does a nice job, but it does not solve the problem of the missing upright/roman small Greek letters, needed for ...
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Libertine Strange Emphasized Capital J Letter

I'm using libertine package. I see the emphasized capital J (no. 1) is a bit strange to me, compared to another fonts. Is it really the way it is? How to get it fixed? Thanks. \documentclass{book} ...
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fontaxes warning with llncs.sty

Springer's LNCS class (found in llncs.zip) gives a fontaxes warning when I try to load the following additional fonts: \documentclass{llncs} \usepackage[math]{iwona} \usepackage{libertine} ...
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Clash between verbatim and libertine

I have a document with some verbatim in it and I wanted to change the font to libertine, but this also changes the verbatim parts. Is there a way to keep the verbatim parts in computer-y font while ...
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Copy and paste on iPad selects whole sentences after loading libertine

I have the following minimal document: \documentclass{scrbook} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont{LinLibertine_R.otf} \begin{document} This is some arbitrary text. I want it to be ...
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How to fix the inconsistent paragraph spaces in this MWE using KOMA? [duplicate]

MWE code \documentclass[twoside=semi, a4paper, 11pt, open=any, chapterprefix=false, toc=graduated]{scrbook} \usepackage{blindtext} \usepackage{fontspec} \usepackage{libertine} %uncomment ...
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Linux Libertine small caps fail for some Unicode characters

I'm using XeTeX and Linux Libertine, since I want "true" small caps. However it seems that the small caps don't work for certain Unicode characters. Here is a minimal example: \documentclass{article} ...
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Misplaced Accents in Cyrillic Text

In educational material for the Russian language and linguistic literature the need to put accents on Cyrillic vowels often arises. However when I tried to do this with luaLaTeX the accents where ...
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Using Linux Libertine in math mode with unicode-math (XeLaTeX)

I'm trying to use the Linux Libertine font for my thesis. Libertine in fact does have mathematical symbols, but I didn't manage to use them properly in unicode-math. The following example sums up my ...
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Beamer: Use Libertine and Computer Modern monospace (pdflatex vs lualatex)

I am using beamer to write a presentation. I included the libertine package to change the default font, and I am using the professionalfonts theme to avoid clashes with beamer's font settings. I ...
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Spacing & sizing with libertine and newtxmath

I'm using the following setup for the Libertine font: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[lining]{libertine} \usepackage[libertine, cmintegrals]{newtxmath} \begin{document} ...
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XeLaTeX: Accents (with Linux Libertine font) require T1-fonts

I need special characters (accents, cyrillic glyphs) in my file. Cyrillic seems to work well with Linux Libertine, but accents trigger warnings: LaTeX Font Warning: Font shape ...
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Libertine fonts: spaces in PDF files

I am having trouble with the "libertine" font package using TexLive 2014. A PDF file generated will display properly, including interword spaces, but when I save from Acrobat to some other format ...
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Combine Type1 and OpenType libertine fonts

I would like to use the Type1 libertine fonts provided by the package libertine and compile with XeLaTeX. According to the manual under section 4, this can be activated with the option type1: ...
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Best way to use Linux Biolinum Keyboard with fontspec?

I am trying to typeset keyboard shortcuts in my document, e.g. CTRL+SHIFT+S. The Linux Libertine font family includes a nice keyboard font that I would like to use. What's the best way to use it with ...
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Cannot typeset cyrillic text in italics and bold at the same time using the LinuxLibertine font

I cannot tell if the following is a bug in the LinuxLibertine OTF files or if it is a bug in XeLaTeX (or both?). The problem is: when I try to typeset cyrillic text in italic and bold, the glyphs ...
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pxfont upgreek… Why can't i use?

I'm trying to use pxfont upright greek letters in math as the way below but it doesn't work. When i write \alpha I would like to see \upalpha from px. My main font is libertine. ...
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Changing Number Font Into Sans Serif

I want to use Libertine Sans Serif numbers (only numbers) in math font. Can i get this result using a command like this: \DeclareSymbolFont{numbers}{T1}{libertine}{m}{n} ...
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Combining diacritical mark is misaligned with luatex, but not with xetex

Consider the following code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont[BoldItalicFont = {* Semibold Italic}]{Linux Libertine O} \begin{document} \textit{\textbf{V\char"0306}} ...
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How to fix the chapter title and number using libertine font?

I came across this chapter style and borrowed the code (see MWE below). The original code was using the font pbk; I want to use the libertine instead, since it is the font used throughout the thesis. ...
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What settings for \[x]spaceskip would you suggest for Linux Libertine?

Quite contrary to my own answer here, I think that the default \spaceskip setting for Linux Libertine is rather unfortunate: seemingly, the shrink component is too high (and I end up getting to narrow ...
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Using pgf to print raw numbers without math delimiters

I'm trying to have pgf output a number in raw format, but I don't know how to do it so any help would be greatly appreciated. If you look below, the problem is that \roundednumber expands to $1,000$, ...
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Change to libertine font except in certain parts?

I am producing my LaTeX document using pdflatex. If I want to switch my entire document to a libertine font I use : \documentclass[11pt,a4paper]{book} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...
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Zero error, but no PDF

I just installed texlive2012 on the new distribution Mageia 3, as well as the libertine font .rpm packages. I have a problem with this code : \documentclass[10pt]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} ...
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How to adapt classicthesis layout to B5paper and Linux Libertine

Question says it all: I am using classicthesis with XeTeX to typeset my PhD thesis. I want to use B5 paper size (176 × 250 mm) and the beautiful Linux Libertine font. I'm wondering how to calculate ...
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libertine-newtxmath some symbols

I'm using libertine with newtxmath. Actually it is very good but some symbols don't seem good to me as in the figure. Can I use different font from these symbols like given below without changing ...
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Libertine Font Greek Letters Size

As you can see the greek letters from pxfonts are bigger than the numbers. How can i fix the size? The numbers size is the better. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} ...
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lining figures in tables and math, old style figures in text

I’m using TeXLive 2012, up to date on Ubuntu 12.10. When I use the libertine package with the option osf and newtxmath for math fonts, I get oldstyle numbers everywhere, but I only want to use them in ...
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Linux Libertine does not show Greek SmallCaps

According to the Linux Libertine font tester you can have Greek small caps. However the following example does not yield the desirable result: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} ...
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semibold Linux Libertine broken?

I've just updated to the latest TeX Live (on a Mac, i.e. sudo tlmgr update --self --all says no updates available) and am now getting errors when trying to use semibold fonts with the libertine ...
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Globally enable a font feature for libertine package

The libertine package works with both PDFLaTeX and XeLaTeX; with the latter it automatically loads and uses fontspec for OpenType font loading. Also with XeLaTeX, it's possible to load a font feature ...
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Caveats of newtxmath and fontspec together

I'm able to typeset a ~50 page set of lecture notes with heavy math using \usepackage{libertine} \usepackage[libertine]{newtxmath} with both PDFLaTeX and XeLaTeX. I know that the libertine package ...
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Libertine (biolinum) font internal name

My document used the libertine package. My chapter titles are formatted to sans serif with \sffamily and the titlesec package. I'm assuming this means it uses biolinum font for my chapters. Now I want ...
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Layout Problems due to Using the Libertine Font in Beamer

Using Linux Biolinum as the sans font in beamer leads to layout problems for several themes. This seems to be related to a bug in the font, since it does not provide the right x-value, see here. I am ...
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two t characters next to each other form one tt glyph

I am using xelatex and linux libertine font. When I write in my text something that contains two t characters next to each other, such as "rotten", it changes these two ts into one tt character. It ...
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Using mathspec to change digits font in math mode isn't working

I'd like to use the Linux Libertine font with a document, and I'm running into a problem with digits in math mode. Here is a MWE: \documentclass[11pt]{article} \usepackage[math]{mathspec} ...
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Using two different Sans Serif fonts eliminates bold font

Say I want to have my document in the default sans serif font, but I occasionally wish to have some other features in the document be in a different font. I am using \usepackage{libertine} to load ...
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Biolinum missing greek letters

I have texlive installed (via the repositories) on ubuntu 13.10. The version number it lists is 2013.20130722, so I figure this is texlive 2013? I have a Biolinum font file with path ...
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How can I separate an fl ligature in Libertine?

I am having trouble to understand the ligatures behaviour of the Linux Libertine font. I want to use all ligatures that are possible to have (Ligatures={TeX}) but would like to disable single cases. ...
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use lining figures in references

I use lowercase/old style figures in most of my document, but want to use uppercase/lining figures in references (as they're "proper nouns" I think). I'm using the following at the moment: ...
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How to get Libertine Initials to work with lettrine?

I don't succeed with Libertine Initials and can't find any post on this. I would like to get Libertine Initials to work with the package lettrine. However, I don't get the desired result using this ...
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Linux Libertine Italic Spacing

I believe this is related, but my issue is not math-specific. The problem is: %!TEX TS-program = xelatex %!TEX encoding = UTF-8 Unicode \documentclass[12pt]{article} % PACKAGES ...