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Reliance on “default” ligatures (!`, two hyphens, two straight apostrophes, etc.)

A number of symbols seem to be normally invoked through ligature mechanisms. (Correct me if I'm wrong.) Let's have a look at which ligatures normally exist in encodings/fonts: true ligatures (for ...
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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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Deciding Which Glyphs to Use in Font Encoding

I wanted to use one of my favorite fonts, Crimson, while still maintaining full support from the microtype package. Since XeTeX and LuaTeX are not fully supported by the microtype package (as of ...
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Why is there a word boundary in “ßv”?

I have made a blackletter font (http://www.linta.de/Jena1330, although this may instead be a generic thing, which just usually does not show up due to absence of initial and final replacements) for ...
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Linux Libertine ligatures / T1

The libertine package documentation says It is recommended that the font encoding be set to T1 or LY1 but the default OT1 encoding is also supported. \documentclass{article} % ...
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Ligatures not formed when using MinionPro with Inconsolata [closed]

I use Minion in a document via the MinionPro package, and now I want to use Inconsolata for, amongst other things, code listings. When I include the fontenc package with the T1 option for ...
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How can I stop LaTeX from converting two hyphens to a single hyphen when loading package fontenc?

In the following minimal test document, I can have two hyphens appear as two hyphens (which is what I want): \documentclass[letterpaper]{article} \begin{document} A hyphen: \texttt{-} Two hyphens: ...