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Mar
16
awarded  Scholar
Mar
16
accepted Wrong protrusion with csquotes and microtype
Mar
15
answered Ligatures not shown
Mar
14
comment Wrong protrusion with csquotes and microtype
Ok, so Philipp has answered and said that the marker is needed for some features and that there might not be a way to fix this in csquotes.
Mar
10
answered What possibilities are there of using OpenType fonts and margin kerning?
Mar
9
awarded  Commentator
Mar
9
comment Wrong protrusion with csquotes and microtype
Done.​​​​​​​​​​
Mar
9
revised Wrong protrusion with csquotes and microtype
edited body
Mar
8
comment Wrong protrusion with csquotes and microtype
However, there is a \def\csq@qclose@i in earlier versions with almost the same code (except that it takes no argument). Patching that one works as well. Bad thing is that newer versions have both \csq@qclose@ii and \csq@qclose@i (which looks rather different) so one definitely has to be careful to patch the correct one.
Mar
8
comment Wrong protrusion with csquotes and microtype
Thanks. But this seems to only work with the latest updates in TexLive 2010.
Mar
7
asked Wrong protrusion with csquotes and microtype
Mar
7
comment Symbol for “care of” (c/o)
It’s in unicode, however: ℅
Mar
7
answered Drawing circles in LaTeX
Feb
23
comment Is it feasible to create a standalone package for fonts / styles / layouts?
Ah, okay, I see. An if I specified it as ./local/texmf?
Feb
23
revised Is it feasible to create a standalone package for fonts / styles / layouts?
added 20 characters in body
Feb
23
awarded  Supporter
Feb
23
revised Is it feasible to create a standalone package for fonts / styles / layouts?
added 1142 characters in body
Feb
23
comment Is it feasible to create a standalone package for fonts / styles / layouts?
Do you know, if I can add the current folder, e.g. the folder with my main tex file to TEXMFLOCAL/TEXMFHOME?
Feb
23
comment Is it feasible to create a standalone package for fonts / styles / layouts?
But that means I have to overcome a setup hurdle for each new installation? (E.g. I need to maintain a directory outside the current folder.) Or can I include the current folder in TEXMFHOME?
Feb
23
comment Is it feasible to create a standalone package for fonts / styles / layouts?
Packaging the style files is a good thing of course but does not solve the sychronisation problem and the font files.