"Old Style Numbers" are numerals typeset with varying heights in a fashion that resembles a typical line of running text.

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unicode-math and oldstyle figures

I'm trying to find a good way to archive the following using fontspec, unicode-math and lualatex: almost global oldstyle figures including inline math lining numbers for displayed equations, e.g. ...
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Contextual mix of lining and old-style numbers

I am developing a class that fits the needs of both academics and non-academics; the latter often need to write highly legible numbers that are not math (they will be prices, reference numbers, dates, ...
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Align decimal point & proportional font

I have found a couple of solutions how to align row of numbers in table environments for example here and here. From a philosophical point of view can I use these solutions with proportional fonts ? ...
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Change \item font in beamer's enumerate environment

Below I'm using oldstyle numbers in the document, but I've defined a new font with lining numbers to use in enumerated lists (I've also used Khaled's Libertine fonts, since the original Linux ...
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Using oldstyle numbers in XeLaTeX math mode for ONLY inline math

Is there any way to use OldStyle numbers for text and inline math only, while using Lining in the align and equation environments? Ideally via mathspec, but I'm open to other solutions.