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XeLaTeX: Accents (with Linux Libertine font) require T1-fonts

I need special characters (accents, cyrillic glyphs) in my file. Cyrillic seems to work well with Linux Libertine, but accents trigger warnings: LaTeX Font Warning: Font shape ...
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Greek circumflex accent with ascii characters using mapping does not work

I want to input Greek letters with polytonic accents (ancient Greek) using ASCII characters in my tex document (so I don't need to change the keyboard layout). I am using polyglossia. I have been ...
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How to fix “no lowerable accent” error in XeLaTeX?

I'm writing a linguistic paper and have to use several IPA characters with certain accents (e.g. œ̞, ʉ̟). I thought I might use XeLaTeX. I have tried using the tipa-package, but I only get an error ...
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Accents with lmodern fonts on XeTeX

After loading the lmroman10-regular font in XeTeX, I can't access accents in TeX' good old ways: \' \" \c etc. I would need to write Erd\H os since because I don't have the appropriate "o" on my ...
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Problems with accented characters in xelatex

The accented Portuguese characters work well when compiled with pdflatex but not with xelatex giving an inputenc error. Why? \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...
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Accents and unicode-math

Why are certain accents in math mode invisible? I am using unicode-math and compile with XeLaTeX. Here is a MWE: \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage{unicode-math} \begin{document} x̃ŷz̄ $x̃ŷz̄$ ...
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Problem with XeTeX normalization and \char [closed]

Is there any way in Xe(La)TeX to enter a unicode character by its code, but still have XeTeX perform normalization on the resulting string of characters? For example, the following code does not give ...
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XeLaTeX : Problem with diacritics (using Gentium font)

I get three diacritical points in ' ї ' (U+0457) symbol using XeLaTeX and Gentium font, instead of two. This may be an issue only with Gentium, as other fonts work well. ...
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\hat and \widehat look terrible: fixing width and better positioning?

I want to make the use of quantum mechanical operators explicit in my text using \hat{A} or \widehat{A}. The problem is that depending on the symbol under the accent it looks either misplaced or too ...
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xdvipdfmx refuses to process multiple diacritics

so i'm trying to typeset a book with chinese characters and pinyin transcription, and xelatex is throwing errors. i managed to narrow down the problems to the doubly-accented ê̄ down here: ...
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How to increase size of the diacritic/accent mark selectively without changing the alphabet size

I am using a typeface that has limited support for letters with diacritics. I am looking to use the features in latex (I'm using xetex on ubuntu) for providing the glyphs I am missing. My font has ...
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How to prevent combining a character?

"EB Garamond" font combines ʿ character and the preceding letter. Consider following document: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont{EB Garamond} \begin{document} aʿ bʿ cʿ dʿ ...
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How to make circumflexes wider but still of a fixed size in XeTeX?

Circumflexes looks too small and they are to close to the symbol in the PDF generated by XeLaTeX from UTF-8 source with Asana Math font for mathematics: Source: \documentclass[12pt]{article} ...
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Xelatex: Accent and macrons on capital letters. Multiple accents on a single letter?

I have trouble getting capital letters with a combination of accent and macron in XeLaTeX. I used this: \'{\=A}, but I didn't get the accent where I expected it to be. Also, i was wondering if it is ...
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Computer Modern font with accented characters (in XeTeX)

I'd like to use Knuth's Computer Modern font with XeTeX in a way where I don't have to type accents in a \'-way and without any gimmick such as making accentuated characters active and then say ...
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XeLaTeX on OS X doesn't recognise some diacritics signs

I've just moved to OS X 10.8.2 from Ubuntu. I have TeX installed as I guess from tug.org, but I'm not sure since it wasn't me who installed it. All my files created in Ubuntu compiles exept one ...
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Multiple accents on Greek letter in XeLaTeX [closed]

I'm new to XeLaTeX and having trouble combining a macron and breve over Greek letters. I input \textgreek{ᾱ̆}, but the breve is sitting right on top of the macron. How do I raise it up? Or, ...
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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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Dummy's solution for using of accent from one TTF glyph in another

I am making a document with the Josefin Sans font in LaTeX (using XeLaTeX). However, a pair of symbols I need (Žž) is missing there; I get just an empty space in PDF. I have no idea at all about ...
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xelatex: Japanese + latin diacritics with cedilla/comma, slanted text

In a document, I need to get all these working: japanese text latin diacritics with cedilla, e.g şţ and with comma, e.g șț slanted text This is a book I also distribute to others, so I can't ...
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Using Cambria Math in XeLaTeX

Take a look at the following images, XeLaTeX typeset formula: Word generated formula: Note specifically the difference of the \hat implementations at g_i and g_i^2 in XeLaTeX. In Word the two ...
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Getting (Xe)LaTeX to display accents and characters not included with the font

The font I'm using (Adobe Garamond Premier Pro) does have certain precomposed glyphs with diacritics, so I'm having (Xe)LaTeX add them in. I found this post and used the method described there for ...
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Dot below letter [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: TeX accents do not seem to work with fontspec and xe/lua/latex Very frequently I need to write letters with dots below (like ḥ or ṭ) for transliteration. It's ok when ...
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Follow up question: TeX accents do not seem to work with fontspec and xe/lua/latex

This is a follow up to this question. How would the same look for the dot above? That is, what's the standard definition for \. ? Or does somebody in the meantime know a better solution to the whole ...
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Strange behavior of XITS Math in XeLaTeX for \underset and \underaccent commands

Prompted in part by the question Is there an "underscript" command?, I started wondering if the \underset (from amsmath) and \underaccent (from accents) commands work equally when using XeLaTeX ...
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Why does xunicode not provide true backward compatibility?

As it is said in xetex mailing list Xunicode is mostly about backward compatibility, providing sensible general definitions for macros that have been defined in older packages which now ...
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fontspec + package “accents” (bezos) = “! LaTeX Error: Command `\acute' already defined.”

I am trying to define the "less-than" Symbol "<" as a math-accent via the "accents" package of Javier Bezos. \documentclass{minimal} \usepackage{fontspec} \usepackage{accents} \begin{document} ...
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mathaccent skewchar with XeTeX

How can I get the dots in the correct position: \font\test="XITS Math:script=math;mapping=italic" \skewchar\test=127 \XeTeXmathchardef\beta="0"1`β \def\ddot{\XeTeXmathaccent"7"1"0308} ...
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TeX accents do not seem to work with fontspec and xe/lua/latex

I am using Minion Pro as mainfont and it does not have in its glyph table the character U+1E47 Latin small letter with dot below which I need only once in my document. Rather than change to another ...
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XeLaTeX cannot map letters with diacritics correctly?

I found that XeLaTeX cannot map letters with more than two diacritics correctly. For example, \v{\"{u}} or \v{ü} cannot produce the expected ǚ correctly. I've tried many fonts, so I think it may not ...