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Webomint font is not provided in Ubuntu distribution due to license hassle. The simplest way to install this font is to use: wget http://tug.org/fonts/getnonfreefonts/install-getnonfreefonts sudo texlua install-getnonfreefonts getnonfreefonts -a If you want to know more details see here
If you don't mind installing jabref, it can do it for you. Both command line (link here) and gui options are available. From command line do jabref.jar -a filename[.aux],newBibFile[.bib] You should be done. Take care that jabref.jar is in system path, and run this command from the same folder as your .aux file.
If biblatex/biber is an option, you can use biber to generate a document-specific .bib file. All you need is a document using biblatex compiled to generate the usual .bcf which biblatex/biber uses. Then you can run: biber --output_format=bibtex --output_resolve <filename>.bcf where <filename> is the name of your <filename>.tex.
I have word2010 and it worked for me: In case it makes any difference these are the settings in my math tools settings thing (I think they are the default, I never use Word)
That may be due to the reason that Hoefler Text uses special AAT (Apple Advance Typography) features for the swashes. As Windows supports the Opentype ones, XeLaTeX doesn't support them, so, what I do (I love that font and I've been working with it for many years), is that I replace manually in TexWorks the normal capital "Q" character with the swashed one, ...
This is a bug in LyX on Windows.
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