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Mar
21
revised Linux Biolinum O messes up moderncv Package
added comment about which font is newer
Mar
21
revised Linux Biolinum O messes up moderncv Package
updated answer to be an actual answer
Mar
21
comment Linux Biolinum O messes up moderncv Package
@Ulrike What versions of the fonts do you have?
Mar
21
revised Linux Biolinum O messes up moderncv Package
added fonts and luatex tags
Mar
21
comment Linux Biolinum O messes up moderncv Package
This has nothing to do with moderncv in particular. I've posted a minimal example as an answer (although it's not exactly.)
Mar
21
answered Linux Biolinum O messes up moderncv Package
Mar
21
revised Installing a class
fixed links
Mar
20
comment Sources to be copied from PDF
@Damien Yes. And it's also a duplicate: Phantom spaces in listings (pdf). See also How can I set columns=fixed for lstinline globally?
Mar
20
comment Typesetting boardgame positions using ttf font
@MichaelRas If you have suggestions for the syntax let me know. (You can find the code on GitHub or email me). Also if there are features that are missing. I didn't include anything for the dice roll, for example, but that wouldn't be hard to do. Since I just play backgammon for fun, I don't have much sense of the notation.
Mar
20
comment Typesetting boardgame positions using ttf font
@MichaelRas Yes, I know it's not an answer to your question. I messed around with the font and then decided that any system using it would be close to unusable, hence this alternative. (But don't feel obliged to accept the answer unless you decide this is effectively a better solution for your larger problem.)
Mar
20
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Mar
20
answered Typesetting boardgame positions using ttf font
Mar
19
comment Typesetting boardgame positions using ttf font
The link to the font doesn't seem to work.
Mar
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
18
revised Authors are not found for citation by natbib
spelling; expanded warning about unknown classes
Mar
18
comment Xetex and Times New Roman font
Check the XeTeX answer to this question How do I use a particular font for a small section of my document (which covers font use in XeTeX thoroughly).
Mar
18
revised Making node's fonts larger when using the qtree package
added 35 characters in body
Mar
18
revised Making node's fonts larger when using the qtree package
added qtree solution
Mar
18
answered Making node's fonts larger when using the qtree package
Mar
17
comment Repeating enumerated list items and their original number
Personally I much prefer gb4e; it's what I use in my own work. I prefer it because it's much better semantic markup. Many people prefer linguex because it's less typing, but that argument holds not water for me, since it's trivial to make any decent editor do most of your typing for you when it comes to markup elements. (We haven't reached the point of editors that can type your content for you :) )