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comment An Error with XeLaTeX and fontspec
The fontspec version is: "2014/06/21 v2.4a Font selection for XeLaTeX and LuaLaTeX". I can't figure out the XeLaTeX package but I assume it is the latest version since I updated with TeX Live Utility just now. I will post MWEs later today.
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comment Fontspec, open type fonts, and lining figures
@cfr: I don't have a single .otf file, I have a bunch. I am using fontspec and basically what I want to accomplish with XeLaTeX is whenever it sees a number to use the appropriate small caps version.
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comment Fontspec, open type fonts, and lining figures
Yes, that is my problem! The regular figure style only appears in the small caps .otf file.
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comment Fontspec, open type fonts, and lining figures
As for an example, it depends on the font, so I don't know what I should post. Fonts with better structured .otf files (for example they have separate fontLF.otf files for the version with lining figures) don't have this problem. Essentially I am asking whether XeLaTeX or fontspec have some tool that I can use to overcome the way .otf files are set.
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comment Fontspec, open type fonts, and lining figures
Some fonts, (Scala & Eureka for example), have separate .otf files for small caps and the lining figures only appear in those. The .otf file for the regular font, has only old style numbers in it. So for example '1' produces an old style number while '{\sc 1}' produces a lining version of it.
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comment page numbers should be of the form 4/7
I already explained, in your example code above add \title{...} and \maketitle and the first page number becomes "1" not "1 of X".
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comment page numbers should be of the form 4/7
I only get "1", no "1 of X". It appears once you add \maketitle ...