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No, zhmCJK does not restrict the font you use. sim*.ttf are only examples in the document. You can certainly use other fonts you have. % !TeX program = pdflatex % !TeX encoding = UTF-8 \documentclass{article} \usepackage{zhmCJK} \setCJKmainfont{ipaexm.ttf} \setCJKsansfont{ipaexg.ttf} \begin{document} 現在、\TeX{} システムの日本語化を進めているが、現時点で一応の動作が可能となった。 ...


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The package CJK is documented and can be found in the package directory on CTAN. Explanations of usage, instructions for typesetting the various supported languages and the various options are explained in the sub-directory doc, and another sub-directory includes example .tex files. However, the primary documentation is provided in the form of plain text ...


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You must change the font. gbsn is AR PL SungtiL GB (文鼎简报宋), a font using GB2312 character set. There's no glyphs for Traditional Chinese. For CJK package, bsmi and bkai are possible choices of CJK font families for Traditional Chinese. Say, you can use %!TeX program = pdfLaTeX \documentclass{article} \usepackage{CJKutf8} \begin{document} ...


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This bug was fixed in the new version (v2.0) of zhnumber. I have submitted it to the CTAN. It is also to be updated in TeX Live.


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Usually, you should not use unicode-math package to specify the font of non-predefined unicode block. The package is not intended to set CJK fonts for math formula. Moreover, you should not use CMU Serif as a math font, since it lacks most of the math glyphs and the opentype math table. To typeset Japanese in XeTeX, it is preferred to use xeCJK package or ...


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Before the new version of zhnumber is released, you can use this quick (and dirty) fix: \documentclass[UTF8]{ctexart} \usepackage[encoding=UTF8]{zhnumber}% v1.6 2012/11/23 % Quick fix \ExplSyntaxOn \cs_set_nopar:Nn \zhnum_integer:n { \bool_set_false:N \my_isneg_bool \my_parse_signs:nw #1 \q_stop \zhnum_parse_number:f { \zhnum_trim_zeros:f { ...



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