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LaTeX user since around 2006.
Changed to XeLaTeX over time due to LaTeX’s lacking of Unicode support. I have switched from BibTeX to BibLaTeX because of non-standard bibliography requirements.

Currently running TeX Live 2013 (x86_64-darwin). On the client side I am using TeXShop and JabRef as my reference manager.

I am studying B. A. Asian and Oriental Studies and B. A. Chinese at the University of Bonn in Germany.


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comment Unicode characters in mailto address hyperref links
I only tried Adobe’s own reader, so you might be right about that.
Sep
25
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
16
comment Unicode characters in mailto address hyperref links
Actually it even works without escaping the percent signs, i. e., Kj%C3%A6r is also an option.
Sep
16
answered Unicode characters in mailto address hyperref links
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
11
comment Hindi words not displayed properly in pdf (generated by xelatex)
With polyglossia at hand, I would guess that you need to use [Script=Devanagari] when loading the font for it to work correctly. Alternatively, you can set up \devanagarifont, of course.
Jun
6
revised \today and language (babel, xepersian)
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Jun
6
suggested suggested edit on \today and language (babel, xepersian)
Jun
6
answered \today and language (babel, xepersian)
Jun
3
awarded  Nice Answer
May
28
comment Old ligatures in Siṇhala
As far as I can see, the මන “ligature” is not present in the BhashitaComplex font. As you have already discovered, there are some combined glyphs defined in the Private Use Area, but as @cfr pointed out, they are (probably) not set up (correctly), see this image (මම vs. PUA glyph U+E281). I could not get the second result by just entering මම. Furthermore, most (if not all) of these “ligatures” seem like narrowly kerned pairs of the letters and not new, combined forms. This is the font’s problem. You might look for a new font or use \kern.
May
26
asked Loading a font via package or fontspec
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awarded  Revival
Oct
27
answered Manchu and Mongolian script
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22
awarded  Nice Question
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7
awarded  Yearling
Sep
20
comment vedic symbols in XeTeX
If you use direct unicode input, you can just use the Mac Character Palette fsymbols.com/character-maps/mac In the search bar just look up Anudatta or Swarita and select the correct symbol. You can double-click it or drag and drop it to insert it into your source code document.
Sep
10
comment Font scaling in mixed-font writing
If you are able to use the fontspec package, you might want to try out the [Scale=MatchLowercase] option, which automatically scales the fonts to the same x-height.