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A LaTeX user.

The author of diagbox, seealso and zhmCJK package.

The author of zhmakeindex tool.

A committer of ctex-kit and ctex-doc project. Related package: ctex, xeCJK, zhmetrics, etc.

The Chinese translator of manual of Asymptote (asymptote-manual-zh-cn), and the author of asymptote-by-example-zh-cn (an Asymptote tutorial in Chinese). Check the latest version at asy4cn project.


Dec
15
comment Missing characters when typesetting Chinese in LaTeX
@julovi: I don't use Mac, sorry.
Dec
11
comment Missing characters when typesetting Chinese in LaTeX
Both examples work fine on my computer, except that I don't use %!TEX encoding = UTF-16 but UTF-8 encoding.
Dec
10
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Dec
10
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Dec
6
comment What Chinese fonts can I rely on to be in Mac and Linux?
@kcrisman: It's fine. Configure your editor/IDE/library/script to ignore the warnings. It is common that not all NFSS shapes are defined for Chinese, since there is no concept of italic or slanted in Chinese typesetting. And it is common that not all OpenType features (e.g. 'CJK' script) are supported for a specific font.
Dec
5
comment What Chinese fonts can I rely on to be in Mac and Linux?
@cfr: I mean, Linux distribuitons -- or the package repositories of most popular Linux desktop distributions. Anyway, you know what I mean.
Dec
5
comment What Chinese fonts can I rely on to be in Mac and Linux?
@kcrisman: NO, noway. I'm afraid. That's why it is difficult for us -- for years -- to develop a portable ctex bundle. BTW, the Chinese fonts installed in Linux is a mess.
Dec
5
comment What Chinese fonts can I rely on to be in Mac and Linux?
@kcrisman: I'm afraid that Fandol fonts were released after TeX Live 2013 released. The initital version, w.r.t README, is on 2013/07/31.
Dec
5
comment What Chinese fonts can I rely on to be in Mac and Linux?
@kcrisman: For Linux, you should also follow the instructions in section 3.4.4 of TeX Live 2014 document: 3.4.4 System font configuration for XeTeX and LuaTeX. This helps the fontconfig library to find the fonts.
Dec
5
comment What Chinese fonts can I rely on to be in Mac and Linux?
@kcrisman: TeX Live 2014 is fine. You should use the TeX Live from TUG, not the texlive-*** packages for Debian or Ubuntu, which are incomplete TeX live. The files are located at texlive/2014/texmf-dist/fonts/opentype/public/fandol. If you do have the fonts but you just cannot compile: one possible problem is how fontspec (I mean XeTeX) find your font file. You should use the file name (with .otf) of the fonts to force XeTeX to find the fonts via kpathsea library.
Dec
5
revised What Chinese fonts can I rely on to be in Mac and Linux?
ctex 2.x
Dec
5
revised What Chinese fonts can I rely on to be in Mac and Linux?
ctex 2.x
Dec
5
answered What Chinese fonts can I rely on to be in Mac and Linux?
Dec
5
comment Chinese typing on mac
@kcrisman: 1. WenQuanYi fonts are poorly designed. 2. WenQuanYi fonts are designed for screen only, while TeX is mainly for typesetting. 3. Fandol fonts are far better protable fonts for TeX. 4. For screen fonts, there are Source Han Sans fonts.
Nov
19
comment TeX capacity exceeded while parsing a date string
@user56452: To check the form, you can use \parsedateHelper #1--\stopmark to add the separators if there aren't. Then you can check the arguments of \parsedateHelper as you wish. The basic idea can be found in the definition of \@for in the source of LaTeX2e. That's tricky, anyway.
Nov
18
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18
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Nov
15
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