A {slanted} font, in TeX terminology, is one that is sloped from the vertical, but the letters in the font have the same shape as the ordinary {roman}.

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Macro to be used in a \section command that has no effect in the table of contents

I need a macro that is executed only in the main document (within a section title) and then disappears (for the table of contents). A minimal example where this occurs is this: ...
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How to compute xslant and yslant

There must be an easy way to compute the required values of xslant and yslant to obtain the text in the "correct plane". Below I have guessed at then, but that is a very tedious process. The desired ...
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How to use fakeslant as slanted but not italic font with fontspec?

Using fontspec with Luatex it is possible to create a fake slant and use that as italic should no italics be around: \setmainfont[ AutoFakeSlant=0.15 ] {FontName} However, also if an ...
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How do I get fake slant (italics) with XeLaTeX?

I am setting my font using this: \setmainfont[Mapping=tex-text]{Tahoma} But text labelled \textit or \itshape isn't appearing italicised. is there a way to setup fake italics?