Questions tagged [xpinyin]

{xpinyin} is about the use of the {xpinyin} package, which adds Pinyin annotations to Chinese characters in a LaTeX document

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xpinyin: display only pinyin

I am translating ancient text that contain lots of Chinese names. I would like to have something that allows me to simply enter the Chinese characters so that they would be automatically translated ...
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Some Chinese characters can't be displayed in pdflatex

code: %!TeX program = pdfLaTeX \documentclass{article} \usepackage{CJKutf8,pinyin} \usepackage[overlap,CJK]{ruby} \usepackage{setspace} \usepackage{xpinyin} % Start Editing Document \begin{document} ...
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Incompatiblity of Adobe font and xpinyin package?

One of font package (i.e. Adobe Garamond Pro) is not compatible with vowels encoding using xpinyin package. Can I exclude these fonts? \documentclass[margin=10pt]{standalone} \usepackage{xeCJK,...
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xpinyin change font

I am using the package xpinyin for displaying pinyin, a Chinese phonetic script above Chinese characters. This seems to work well, but I want to change the font of the phonetic script. I found some ...
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Removing space before dots produced by pinyin command

I use pinyin in glosses and found a way to convert it automatically (using pinyin package with xelatex). However, the call to pinyin adds space before a dot. The following code produces kuài . rather ...
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xpinyin: suppress pinyin annotation in footnotes

The pinyinscope environment of the xpinyin package adds pinyin annotations to all Chinese characters therein, including those that appear in the footnote. Is it possible to suppress pinyin annotation ...
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Spacing problem with xpinyin

The xpinyin package provides a way to annotate Chinese characters with their Latin phonetic transcriptions. For characters with multiple pronunciations, one would use \xpinyin{<character>}{<...