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comment Weird behavior when using small caps and slanted fonts with fontspec in XeLaTeX
It's kinda what I came across.
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accepted Weird behavior when using small caps and slanted fonts with fontspec in XeLaTeX
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comment How to model {smallmatrix} with {array}?
I understand, but even adding vertical lines is not possible. I'd like to control at least that.
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comment How to introduce a line break in a TikZ node label?
@SašoŽivanović Yep, figured it out with the answer by Jake.
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comment How to introduce a line break in a TikZ node label?
Thanks! For some reason it only worked when I have the [align=left] setting in it. If I leave that one out, it's not working :S
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comment XeTeX and Fedora: can't use OTF fonts
@Joseph Well, the problem I've run into is actually caused by system wide fonts. See, on Linux Mint, the "special" fonts, things like slanted, outlines and shadows, are extra fonts. The official Libertine fonts, don't have extra fonts for that and Fedora doesn't provide them as well. I can work-around those problems mostly, but it's a huge inconvenience to say the least!
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comment XeTeX and Fedora: can't use OTF fonts
Ahh, I was a bit confused here: The distro has a package called <code>libterineotf</code>, I didn't try the latex package yet.
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comment XeTeX and Fedora: can't use OTF fonts
it //is// the libertineotf package! I have installed this package, and you can even tell by the directory, it is installed. But still, fontconfig doesn't see it. It worked that way on Linux Mint, though
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comment XeTeX and Fedora: can't use OTF fonts
@wasteofspace ok, I added the information you asked me to provide.