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It works: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \usepackage{polyglossia} \setmainlanguage{french} \begin{document} f; f ; «f» « f »; $\epsilon$; A: Aspace : $Amath$: $Amathspace$ : \end{document}


If you use Biber you will need the following redefinition of name:family-given \renewbibmacro*{name:family-given}[4]{% \ifuseprefix {\usebibmacro{name:delim}{#3#1}% \usebibmacro{name:hook}{#3#1}% \ifdefvoid{#3}{}{% \ifcapital {\mkbibnameprefix{\MakeCapital{#3}}\isdot} {\mkbibnameprefix{#3}\isdot}% ...


The following seems to work. This uses Latin Modern since I doubt very much that I have a font called Times New Roman complete with small-caps etc. I had to switch to the Biber backend to get this to work. Without that, Biblatex refused to countenance a UTF-8 encoded database file, which you presumably want in this case. ...

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