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Standard CJK fonts for LaTeX?

TUG maintains an extensive catalogue of fonts at http://www.tug.dk/FontCatalogue/allfonts.html . Is there also one maintained for CJK fonts? I've been using XeLaTeX on OS X with my own fonts, mostly ...
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How can I specify a chain of fallback fonts in XeLaTeX?

I am aware of the following questions and answers about font fallback in XeTeX (or LuaLaTeX): Unicode in XeTeX with automatic font substitution? Font substitution with XeLaTeX Define fallback font ...
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Detect if all required glyphs are available

In XeTeX, a message is printed to the log file if a glyph is not available with the current font. The input \documentclass{scrartcl} \begin{document} α \end{document} leads to the following entry ...
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Define fallback font for missing glyphs in LuaLaTeX

I want to use "Hack" as the default font for source code. Unfortunately the font is missing some glyphs I use. If I use a glyphs that is missing in "Hack", I want it to be displayed automatically in ...
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LuaLaTeX: Replace character “ß” in CMU fonts

The glyph for the character "ß" differs considerably between Latin Modern and the CMU fonts (CMU Serif, CMU Sans Serif etc., which use the same glyphs for ß as cm-super; see this answer): I much ...
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Testing specific fonts for (specific) available characters

While figuring out what fonts can be used to print what characters I wanted to come up with a fast and easy way to testing them. I know there are very useful answers for priting a character table of a ...
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How to get ϱ and ɔ working with MinionPro [closed]

Using LuaLaTeX and MinionPro (the one from Adobe Reader), I apparently cannot print the characters ϱ and ɔ ("symbolic rho" and "open o"). This I find a bit strange in a professional font. Can that ...
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Defining fallback fonts for entire Unicode ranges

Is it possible to automatically define fallbackfonts for specific Unicode ranges? I know there are packages to do this such as xeCJK for CJK fonts as in this answer But that's limited to those ...
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Ampersand, bibtex

I used to use {\rm \&} for ampersands in the bibliography, but it is deprecated, and leads to an error with scrbook document class. If I remove the "\rm" it looks like this: But what I ...
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Define fallback font for a large character set (e.g. Simplified Chinese)

I've been asked to integrate Chinese characters into a mainly-English LaTeX template. Although I found different options, such as ctex, I stumbled with its integration (mainly because the ...