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\hyphenation{…} list is not used

I am using xelatex, couldnt find out why I am not getting hyphens from the list I created. Is this because of my font (Brill), cause I used Times New Roman which renders with my hyphens. Who is to be ...
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votes
3answers
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XeLaTeX: How to specify a different font family for Latin text within non-Latin text?

In a XeLaTeX document whose main language is non-Latin (in the sense of using non-Latin alphabet), I'd like the Latin text to be typeset with a different font family from that of the main text. How do ...
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votes
0answers
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Is it possible to use the punctuation of one font within another font?

I'm in the process of trying to turn an English document into Hindi based on a translation in Word. However, I'm struggling to find a font that does what I want. As I'm working with an existing ...
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votes
1answer
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Why does fontspec interfere with metafont fonts?

I need to create a document using a few fonts. Two or three will be metafont fonts used for most of the document in a Latin-based language, and then I need to use another font for a SE Asian language ...
4
votes
1answer
81 views

Polyglossia resets font (Lucida, lucimatx)?

I'm running into a problem when loading polyglossia with the Lucida fonts that I bought from pctex.com. I compile with Xelatex. \usepackage[romanfamily=bright]{lucimatx} \usepackage{polyglossia} ...
3
votes
1answer
154 views

polyglossia & fontspec's script feature in 'setotherlanguage'

My fonts are able to give the wanted output. My fonts have both the Latin and Hebrew characteres, and even Greek needed. Is there any other way in which I can have the result wanted? Do I need the ...
2
votes
0answers
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Problem with polyglossia and MinionPro

I have a problem with small caps not showing correctly when loading polyglossia. I am trying to use polyglossia with classicthesis, which I know is unsupported, but the same problem appears when ...
6
votes
1answer
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Liberation Mono: The current roman font does not contain the Cyrillic script!

Ok, so the problem is next, I use Liberation fonts in my XeLaTeX document: \setmainfont{Liberation Serif} \setsansfont{Liberation Sans} \setmonofont{Liberation Mono} \setmainlanguage{ukrainian} ...
3
votes
1answer
329 views

Polyglossia and Verbatim problem

After having some hyphenation problems with my text (in greek and english) I changed some of my packages. In the beggining I was using: \usepackage{mathspec} \usepackage{xgreek} ...
4
votes
1answer
272 views

Change the font of \hyphenchar

I'm using Tex with Telugu and English languages. When a word is hyphenated, the hyphen symbol, as apparently is not found in Telugu font, appears as undefined symbol. I want to change it's font to ...
7
votes
1answer
340 views

polyglossia and minted - The current roman font does not contain the Hebrew script!

Trying to use minted with Hebrew as the default language with polyglossia: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{minted} \usepackage{polyglossia} \setdefaultlanguage[calendar=hebrew, ...
7
votes
1answer
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different constructs of inline English yields different fonts in polyglossia

I'd like to use the English font when interleaving English with Hebrew (the latter is the main language). It appears however that the Hebrew one is used, as shown by this example: ...
4
votes
2answers
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Problematic interaction between fontspec and beamer?

There seems to be some problem in the way fontspec passes font info to beamer. The following example compiles and displays as it it should in XeLaTeX % !Mode:: "TeX:UTF-8" \documentclass{article} ...
2
votes
1answer
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XeLaTeX with Polyglossia and Thai

The following example displays the English text alright, but not the Thai text. It is simply left blank in the PDF result. \documentclass{report} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont{Times New Roman} ...
5
votes
1answer
776 views

Using \texttt with polyglossia Hebrew

\texttt does not work as expected when using it with the polyglossia package, in a segment in the Hebrew language, even when the actual text to be set is Latin. I tried reading fontspec documentation, ...