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I am trying to use Calibri in a beamer presentation, as per this answer. Everything seems to go fine, but in the PDF the font is LMSans. I can see the embedded font by looking up the fonts properties in Adobe reader, or by opening the PDF in a text editor.

I am running TexStudio and MikTex on Windows, the family of Calibri.ttf files are in both C:\Windows\Fonts and C:\Windows\WinSxS\amd64_microsoft-windows-font-truetype-calibri_31bf3856ad364e35_10.0.15063.0_none_fbba0686289345e3.

Here's a MWE:

\documentclass{beamer}

\usepackage{fontspec}
\setmainfont{Calibri}

\begin{document}
    \begin{frame}
        test
    \end{frame}
\end{document}

Looking in the log file it appears that Lualatex is loading both the Calibri files and the LMSans files from MikTex:

("C:/Program Files/MiKTeX 2.9/tex/latex/fontspec/fontspec.cfg")(load luc: C:/Us
ers/username/AppData/Local/MiKTeX/2.9/luatex-cache/generic/fonts/otl/lmsans10-bo
ld.luc)(load luc: C:/Users/username/AppData/Local/MiKTeX/2.9/luatex-cache/generi
c/fonts/otl/lmsans10-oblique.luc)))(load luc: C:/Users/username/AppData/Local/Mi
KTeX/2.9/luatex-cache/generic/fonts/otl/calibri.luc)(load luc: C:/Users/username
/AppData/Local/MiKTeX/2.9/luatex-cache/generic/fonts/otl/calibriz.luc)(load luc
: C:/Users/username/AppData/Local/MiKTeX/2.9/luatex-cache/generic/fonts/otl/cali
brib.luc)(load luc: C:/Users/username/AppData/Local/MiKTeX/2.9/luatex-cache/gene
ric/fonts/otl/calibrii.luc)

Later on only mentions LMSans, not Calibri:

(./MWE.nav)(load luc: C:/Users/username/AppData/Local/MiKTeX/2.9
/luatex-cache/generic/fonts/otl/lmsans8-regular.luc)(load luc: C:/Users/username
/AppData/Local/MiKTeX/2.9/luatex-cache/generic/fonts/otl/lmsans17-regular.luc)(
load luc: C:/Users/username/AppData/Local/MiKTeX/2.9/luatex-cache/generic/fonts/
otl/lmsans12-regular.luc) (./MWE.aux))
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    Since beamer defaults to sans serif, use \setsansfont rather than \setmainfont.
    – Thérèse
    Commented Jan 8, 2019 at 0:27
  • That simple huh, amazing! Thanks @Thérèse. Would you care to turn that into an answer?
    – craq
    Commented Jan 8, 2019 at 0:29
  • I would, except that I'm pretty sure this is a duplicate. No time to hunt the other version down right now. Another thing you can do, if you want to stick with \setmainfont, is add \usefonttheme{serif}.
    – Thérèse
    Commented Jan 8, 2019 at 0:32
  • @craq It is very appreciated that the OP finds that his/her question is a duplicate. Now, as your problem is solved and your question is a duplicate, you should delete/close your question.
    – user156344
    Commented Jan 8, 2019 at 4:03

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