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OK, so egreg's comment pointed me in the right direction. I tried using mathspec to change the math fonts, with not luck. After taking a closer look at the macros in hepparticles, I fount that they use \mathup and similar macros for rendering the particle names. I couldn't find out how to change those with mathspec, so I switched to unicode-math and found a ...

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with Alegreya small caps are a family and not a shape and so the default settings of microtype don't affect them. You must activate tracking yourself: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[tracking = true, letterspace = 500]{microtype} \usepackage{Alegreya} % <- tracking does not work with small caps \DeclareMicrotypeSet*[tracking]{alegreyasc} { font ...

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You can use the otfinfo command to find information about a particular OpenType or TrueType font. In particular, use the -f flag to find about the features that it supports. It seems that, in contrast to Libertine (which is OpenType), the roman version of the Alegreya font (which is TrueType) does not feature small caps. Therefore, the small caps you see ...

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The Libertine package hosted on CTAN has a folder called type1. This folder contains *.pfb files. While you cannot easily install these files with the Windows font manager, you can copy them to the local font folder of Adobe Illustrator. On my machine, I had to create this folder at C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Fonts. After copying the *.pfb files ...

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The best solution is probably just to load the libertine package. This package will automatically detect that you are using XeLaTeX or LuaTeX and load fontspec in that case. If you are using LaTeX or pdfLaTeX, it will use a traditional font configuration instead. \documentclass[12pt,french]{book} \usepackage{libertine} \begin{document} ...

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I don't know what operating system or TeX platform you're using but on Ubuntu with TeXLive 2014 this works for me, when compiled with xelatex. \documentclass[12pt,french]{book} \usepackage[MnSymbol]{mathspec} \setmainfont{Linux Libertine O} \setromanfont[Mapping=tex-text]{Linux Libertine O} \setsansfont[Mapping=tex-text]{Linux Biolinum O} \begin{document} ...

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