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Why latexmk doesn't ignore certain input files as dependencies (again)

(from comments) It seems that /usr/local/texlive/2024/texmf-var/luatex-cache/generic/fonts/otl/freeserif.lua /usr/local/texlive/2024/texmf-var/luatex-cache/generic/fonts/otl/freeserif.luc are redone ...
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Font ebgaramond-maths cannot be found with lualatex and fontspec

I don't recommend using ebgaramond-maths for typesetting substantial amounts of maths because it does not provide a full complement of characters for mathematics. However, if you only need that subset ...
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qualitype font for a cover

I don't think you want to make QTFlorencia the document's main font. By calling the file name, XeLaTeX will directly try in the TeX tree, so fontconfig doesn't matter. \documentclass{article} \...
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command \Character in package Dramatist no more working?

SOLVED! Sorry for Having created a question i could resolve myself. From the log messages and from some suggestion here i removed the packages xunicode and fontspec. The problem still persisted, but ...
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Japanese font in table overlaps with adjacent column when compiled with XeLaTeX in Overleaf

With LuaLateX one can leverage the fallback mechanism to sort of join fonts. This avoids having to continuously having to type \text... etc. The fallback mechanism will substitute glyphs, from the ...
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Japanese font in table overlaps with adjacent column when compiled with XeLaTeX in Overleaf

Note that this may not be the right way to add line breaks in Japanese and it certainly doesn't use the correct places to insert such breaks. The Tamil and Japanese still produce bad boxes, but there'...
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Setting small caps fallback fonts in fontspec

On my mac system, the next code works: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont{Times New Roman}% [ SmallCapsFont = TeX Gyre Termes, SmallCapsFeatures = {Letters=...
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The fontspec package requires either XeTeX or LuaTeX to function

As Werner's answer states, resolving this error requires switching your default compiler. To do this in TexStudio, select Options -> 'Configure TexStudio' from the top navbar menu: Select Build, ...
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Why do XeLaTeX and ucharclasses falsely claim my characters are in italics?

You should use \newfontface to begin with. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \usepackage[Latin,Anatolian Hieroglyphs]{ucharclasses} \setmainfont{Noto Serif} \newfontface{\anatolianfont}{...
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Why do XeLaTeX and ucharclasses falsely claim my characters are in italics?

I have the ttf rather than otf but after waniza = 𔗬𔗐𔖪 you are setting Hieroglyphs. That will automatically change back when you hit a latin character but you switch to italic before that. So for ...
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Weird error when redefining \msg_info_text:n and using fontspec package

Thanks to @Ulrike Fischer: the code doesn't expect the message (INFO) to be shorter as the module name (fontspec) as the module name is normally (and imho should) always be included too. With ...
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