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I've always thought that the decision of using the dotless i for Turkish was a bad one and they should have used a different character, say “j” or adopt “i/ï” instead. Anyway, support for small caps in Turkish with pdflatex is a big problem, because one would need a special font for Turkish, with a dotted i where the lowercase i sits. You can somehow obviate ...


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As a stop-gap solution, and since your letters are working outside of small caps, you could try to fake small caps; something like this: {\Large {\LARGE F}EN {\LARGE B}İLİMLERİ {\LARGE E}NSTİTÜSÜ}\\[0.5cm] {\Large {\LARGE B}İLGİSAYAR {\LARGE M}ÜHENDİSLİĞİ {\LARGE A}NABİLİM {\LARGE D}ALI}\\[0.5cm] {\Large {\LARGE B}İLGİSAYAR {\LARGE M}ÜHENDİSLİĞİ {\LARGE P}...


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In the Modern Toolchain To get proper Turkish small caps in LuaLaTeX or XeLaTeX, you need to activate both the Turkish and small-caps OpenType features. One example is the Libertinus family. \documentclass{article} \tracinglostchars=2 \usepackage[turkish]{babel} \usepackage{fontspec} \babelfont{rm} [Ligatures=Common]{Libertinus Serif} \babelfont{...


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