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Just search for some font you like (e.g. here), install it on your system and run Xe- or LuaLaTeX like in my MWE: % arara: lualatex \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \begin{document} \setmainfont{41958.ttf} Я делаю некоторые тесты, чтобы увидеть хороший почерк. \setmainfont{42714.ttf} Я делаю некоторые тесты, чтобы увидеть ...


Some other fonts. As can be seen here, the command \cyrgup is a mapping to the unicode U+0491 CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER GHE WITH UPTURN. Here are the available fonts and you may check possible symbols on your machine. % arara: pdflatex \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T2A]{fontenc} \usepackage{gentium} \begin{document} \cyrgup \end{document} % arara: ...


The \cyrgup command is defined in the T2A font encoding (cyrillic and not greek...), so it should suffice to load the package fontenc with that encoding table. MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1,T2A]{fontenc} \begin{document} \cyrgup \end{document} Output


You don't need \foreignlanguage in the .bib file. Use biblatex option autolang=other instead. It automatically wraps bib entries in the otherlanguage environment. For this to work you also need langid fields in the .bib file. This is your MWE corrected (I removed the font setup, it doesn't work on my machine for some reason --- but I guess it's a different ...


Right, as @egreg and @cfr pointed out, there is no Tex Gyre Pagella in cyrillic; looking a bit further, I found: latex - Cyrillic in Palatino-like font - Stack Overflow Your choice may depend on what you mean by Palatino-like and whether and how much you're willing to pay for a commercial font. The open source Linux Libertine font is a serif font ...


You may get this error also if you use different language for bibtex. In that case project.bbl may contain characters in different encoding (e.g latin2). What you need to do is swap encoding when rendering bibliography to latin2 and switch back to utf8 after. \inputencoding{latin2} \bibliography{mybib} \inputencoding{utf8} Hope this helps.


While LinLibertine_M.otf advertises covering cyrl, grek and hebr, it shows no glyph belonging to those alphabets. Here is a picture of the font table obtained with fontforge and showing the Cyrillic range: No glyph is shown. With otfinfo -g the result is the same: no Cyrillic glyph name is output. So, yes: Linux Libertine Mono doesn't support Cyrillic.

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