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

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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 ...
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Microtype package with Libertine font

In the microtype documentation it advices one to use settings that complement one's choice of font. I use libertine font. Does anyone know of any options or settings that specifically suit this font?
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Suppress character substitution in xetex

I have a situation where I need to place a combining ring above (U+030A) the character 'j'. Yes, it is silly, because the ring would collide with the dot above the 'j', but I want to combine them ...
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Using ligatures from Linux Libertine for numbering sections and in TOC

The old Libertine package, which worked with pdfTeX, included a command \libertineGlyph{}. \libertineGlyph{Fourroman} printed Ⅳ But how can I get these roman numbers used for numbering sections ...
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Scale font only vertically (poor man’s condensed of Libertine)

I’m using Linux Libertine to typeset the translation of a poem with eledmac/eledpar. The original text appears on the left pages and the translation on the right ones. Since the translated verses are ...
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Can I use these Libertine glyphs in pdftex?

MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{iftex} \ifXeTeX\else \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \fi \usepackage{libertine} \begin{document} \ifXeTeX ...
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XeLaTeX Bad/Inconsistent Kerning

I'm running xubuntu 12.04.3 LTS with tex-full 2013 package. The kerning is terrible. For example, I have fonts-linuxlibertine 5.3.0 installed, latest and greatest; when I compile using XeLaTeX, both ...
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Linux Libertine Bold Math

I'm using Linux Libertine everywhere in my document. However, I cannot figure out how to get bold math \mathbf to display as bold text. This answer seemed related to this problem, but trying that ...
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Using Linux Libertine fonts for math without newtxmath

I'm trying to use Linux Libertine as the math (and main) font, and I used this answer to set the math fonts. However, the math output is still CM. \documentclass{minimal} \usepackage{amsmath, ...
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Libertine and Biolinum KeyCap Macros

For no obvious reason reason the use of the following example \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage{libertine} \begin{document} \LKeyCtrl \end{document} produces the following error of an ...
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Incorrect font for ligated glyphs, bold-italics combination, Libertine font

Would appreciate your help with the following code: \begin{definition} The \textbf{confidence interval (CI)} for ... \end{definition} The problem is that the letters "fi" within the word ...
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Libertine newtxmath and text (oldstyle) figures in headers

This is closely related to the OP with title "lining figures in tables and math, old style figures in text", and to the answer provided therein. The following (semi)MWE is to be run with pdfLaTeX: ...
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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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Problem of Arabic numbers in math mode with 'New TX' math font option [Libertine] compiled by XeLaTeX

Recently i decided to use the Libertine font to write my dissertation, because finally there is kinda math font for Libertine: \usepackage[libertine]{newtxmath}. Since I want to enable of the ...
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Macron in section heading merges into letter

I have a section heading that includes the word 'erōs'. I currently have a command mapped which replaces \eros with er\=os, thus printing the macron. The problem is that in the heading, which is bold, ...
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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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Small Caps Kerning for “Va” in Linux Libtertine (XeTeX)

Has anyone else noticed this kerning error in Linux Libertine small caps...? What are the (1) permanent solution & (2) quick local fix? Pretty important initial combo. Here's the code: %!TEX ...
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Bold type and font specification with fontspec

When I manually specify the Linux Libertine O font types fontspec should load, the bold type is significantly bolder than when I load the exact same font family as a system font. MWE: ...
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Weird behavior when using small caps and slanted fonts with fontspec in XeLaTeX

I use XeLaTeX and the fontspec package. Now, I like to use Linux Libertine as standard font. The slanted (not italics) characters are stored in a different font. Now, to use them with \slshape, I ...
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how to set font feature file for a specific font file and not the whole font shape

I'm looking for having my document set with specific ligatures, such as 's' replaced by 'longs', 's t' by 'longs_t' etc. and using the Linux Libertine G font. To do this, I'm writing my text ...
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custom luatex format file

I have to process a big number of files with the same preamble. Therefore I try to build a custom format file. The biggest »time eater« is font loading in lualatex, so I try to load the fonts in the ...
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Correct libertine glyphs in math mode

When using the libertine package together with newtxmath and pdflatex, the equality and minus glyphs in math mode are not taken from the libertine font which results in too large symbols compared to ...
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Contextual Substitution with LuaLateX

Contextual substition doesn't seem to work with LuaLateX, while it works fine with XeLateX. Am I doing something wrong or is this a bug? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} ...
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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 do I get Libertine + Libertine in math mode + historical ligatures + french-style?

I would like to write a document using: Libertine; Libertine in a correct math mode; Historical ligatures; French style of mathematics (upright greek letters and capital letters). I know I should ...
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Libertine fonts not working in ConTeXt

In a previous question about vertical rhythm, I was pointed at ConTeXt, which I am now trying to use. I first took the step from LaTeX to luaLaTeX in order to get simplified font selection and the ...
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Linux Libertine package and fonts not working anymore (fall 2012)

So in the last couple of weeks I've had some issues with the Linux Libertine font and package, both don't seem to work anymore on a completely up-to-date version of MacTeX (which is equivalent to TeX ...
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Extracting characters from the new libertine (with pdflatex)

The issue: I need to access e.g. libertine's delta glyph in pdflatex. This question notes that the \libertineGlyph command is no longer provided by the latest version of the libertine package. It ...
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Odd allocation of diacritic marks in Linux Libertine

Maybe it is just me (I don't think so, though), but the placement of the diacritic marks in the otherwise wonderful Linux Libertine fonts is quite at odds with any well-informed typographic ...
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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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Libertine Mono and lualatex [closed]

Using lualatex on latest TeXLive 2012 I am not able to select Libertine Mono by its full name via fontspec. luaotfload is finding the font and it is written into ...
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XeTeX with CJK: wrong font for numero sign

I'm using XeTeX in a MiKTeX 2.9 environment on Windows. Recently, I've added the xeCJK package to a larger document for including a short passage in Chinese. This, however, caused (among others) the ...
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Should I use the font encoding LY1 with the package libertine?

I normally use \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} without giving it any thought. The package libertine seems to provide more ligatures with the LY1 encoding. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{libertine} ...
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Specifying a different font for polytonic Greek in pdfTeX with Babel

I am writing my master’s thesis with the ulthese class, which is now part of MiKTeX and TeX Live. This class is based on memoir and is fairly flexible, but assumes the use of pdfTeX and sets the font ...
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Font problem with XeLaTeX

When trying to compile my .tex file using the xelatex command in TeXmaker (with MiKTeX), I get this error message: ! fontspec error: "font-not-found" ! ! The font "Linux Libertine O" cannot be ...
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Problems with opentype options under XeTeX

I am new in the LaTeX world, so I don't understand everything about it, especially about the use of fonts. I installed Linux Libertine font on my distribution (I use Gentoo, so I installed the ...