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It looks like it was a bug in luatex. This seems to have been fixed in the latest version of luatex, version 0.80.0, as provided in texlive 2015-pretest. Using these versions, the output is as expected:


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As pointed out by Robert in the comments, the problem has nothing to do with Microtype. But by activating Microtype or any other font feature by \setmainfont[Microtype]{Latin Modern Roman} the default font settings get overwritten. Fonts which have a special subfont for smallcaps may not work afterwards. By reinitializing the smallcaps subfont it will ...


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I don't think it is reasonable to expect a full list to be created and maintained here. I think it is better to explain how to figure out whether fonts have this support so that users can determine the current answer for a specific font for themselves. If nothing else, this will enable people to check whether an answer here is still correct. Thérèse is ...


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Let me first expand on the possible ways of how to specify characters in microtype's settings: For pdftex, the following input methods are allowed: a character (like A) within the (7-bit) ASCII range you may also use 8-bit (eg., Ä), and UTF-8 characters (eg., …), if the glyph is defined in the input encoding. to remain portable, you may use text ...


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Unless I'm mistaken I believe the question is a misunderstanding about fnpct: the package only requires that \footnote is input before the respective punctuation. The output is customizable: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fnpct} \begin{document} text\footnote{text}. \setfnpct{punct-after} text\footnote{text}. \end{document}



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