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Apr
15
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Apr
15
comment LuaLaTeX: Load order fontspec, microtype (breaks hyphenation in bibliography)
Most probably the same bug as in here and here. Great to hear that it has been fixed finally!
Apr
7
comment Which common LaTeX Fonts come prepackaged with specific settings for Microtype?
Right, just wanted to mention it as it was the first package to provide its own settings (and for which that hook was actually introduced).
Apr
7
comment Smallcaps don't work if fontspec's microtype is used in luaLatex
I also don't get small caps with \setmainfont{Latin Modern Roman} alone, so it doesn't have anything to do with microtypography. But all is fine when I explicitly specify the small caps font: \setmainfont[SmallCapsFont={Latin Modern Roman Caps}]{Latin Modern Roman}. As for microtype vs. fontspec/luaotfload, see this answer.
Apr
7
comment Which common LaTeX Fonts come prepackaged with specific settings for Microtype?
Nice answer! You could add the MinionPro package, which also provides microtype settings.
Apr
7
comment Which common LaTeX Fonts come prepackaged with specific settings for Microtype?
The microtype documentation lists all fonts, including aliases, for which the package provides dedicated settings (table 3 on page 21). But that's only the ones shipped with microtype itself, there are other packages that contain their own settings (see @cfr's answer).
Apr
3
revised microtype: Customizing protrusion for ellipsis and multiplication symbols
added 285 characters in body
Apr
3
answered microtype: Customizing protrusion for ellipsis and multiplication symbols
Mar
6
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6
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Mar
5
answered microtype, listings and lrbox: What in the world is going on here?
Feb
5
comment Highlight code with squared brackets
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Feb
3
comment Characters missing when embedding PDF with pdftex
sure, could you re-upload the test files?
Jan
19
comment Disabling ligatures also disables kerning
This is a known limitation in pdftex (inherited from tex itself): information on ligatures and on kerning is stored in the same table in the font metrics, therefore one cannot switch off ligatures or kerning independently from one another.
Jan
12
revised MinionPro, microtype and \j - Is there a way to get rid of a strange warning?
added 70 characters in body
Jan
10
comment MinionPro, microtype and \j - Is there a way to get rid of a strange warning?
@cfr What is it that you see with the dotless i? Everything's fine for me, both with \i (yielding a dotless i) and \j (yielding a black square).
Jan
10
comment MinionPro, microtype and \j - Is there a way to get rid of a strange warning?
@cfr But MinionPro makes provisions for both cases, whether microtype be loaded before or after, so there should be no difference. And microtype is in fact not designed to be loaded late, but to be loaded anytime (see e.g. here).
Jan
10
answered MinionPro, microtype and \j - Is there a way to get rid of a strange warning?
Dec
17
comment pdflatex - how to find bottleneck of long compiling time for my document
@Martin it wasn't really wrong before, only not precise enough about the difference between tex "outputting" a page in contrast to processing its contents.
Dec
17
comment pdflatex - how to find bottleneck of long compiling time for my document
@Martin you're right, see update.