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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}


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Since polyglossia allows unicode characters, the name Apéndice as content of \appendixname causes a problem for the hyperanchor that is to be set for the correct linking. The appendix package defines \Hy@chapname to be \appendixname, which is Apéndice in this case → 'wrong'. Redefining \Hy@chapname cures the problem -- just use a anchorname with 'regular' ...


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I could not reproduce your problem at first, your MWE returned 31. März 2016 in both pdflatex and xelatex. If you want the numeric format you can use the option useregional=numeric as below, resulting in 31/3/2016. If you don't like the / separator you can use style=ddmmyyyy which uses - as separator. However, I could reproduce the problem when I tried a ...


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Because I currently use the version of TexLive found in cygwin, which is apparently not current enough, and don't have the tlmgr command available, I hunted down the spurious space. It's in /usr/share/texmf-dist/tex/latex/polyglossia/gloss-german.ldf, in six different invocations of \xpg@set@language@luatex@ii, for example: (line 225) ...


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Since you're using fontspec and therefore xelatex (or lualatex), you need to specify a font. You can choose one from your own OS that you know supports all the glyphs you're going to have in your thesis. This is an example with Linux Libertine O, but you can pick any font as long as it's in your own system. Add it using \setmainfont{Linux Libertine O}, for ...



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