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Pluralized numero symbol
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The answer to this question is inevitably font specific, but within a given font (and you'll have to hand adjust the metrics for each typeface), this approach should work. I have used only relative ...

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Cyrillic, Palatino, and xelatex
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This can be easily done with any variety of free Palatino-like fonts. My example below uses my own typeface (Tex Gyre Parliamentary, which is Palatino with different quotation marks), but the ...

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Long tailed Q with cronos pro in fontspec
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With thanks to @Thérèse for the tip to look at +salt, I solved this using XeLaTeX interchartoks : \documentclass{standalone} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont{Cronos Pro} \XeTeXinterchartokenstate = ...

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Polytonic Greek in LaTeX with Arno: multiple diacritics on one letter
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This turned out to be relatively easy using code lifted from this answer (Conditional string replacements in LuaLaTeX); just a neat bit of LuaCode renders this working nicely: \documentclass{...

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Enable XeTeXinterchartoks only in non-sans/mono text
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Inspired/stolen from David Carlisle's accepted answer, I implemented this in code: \let\myttfamily\ttfamily \def\ttfamily{\XeTeXinterchartokenstate=0\myttfamily\relax} \let\myrmfamily\rmfamily \def\...

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Palatino displays wrong opening quotes
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I have used FontForge to create a modified version of Palatino (specifically Michael Sharpe's TexGyrePagellaX) with quotation marks from Times New Roman (specifically Michael Sharpe's TexGyreTermesX). ...

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Can one change the font used by csquotes?
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As an alternate solution to the problem of Palatino's quotation marks, I have modified Tex Gyre Pagella X to use the quotations from Tex Gyre Termes X (ie the end result is identical to Palatino with ...

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