# [texworks] texworks Digest, Vol 85, Issue 9 - rectangles

David J. Perry hospes.primus at verizon.net
Sun Sep 27 18:27:39 CEST 2015

Thank you, Alain.  I will post about this on the MikTeX site, since it
does not seem to be a problem with all versions of TeXworks.  If anyone
with a different version of TeXworks (from TeX Live, MacTeX) could test,
I'd appreciate it just to confirm the scope of the problem.  It is
difficult to do editing when you can't see the character on the screen!

David

On 9/26/2015 5:32 PM, Alain Delmotte wrote:
> Hi David,
>
> After installing Code2001 and defining it as the font for the editor,
> I can see the expected characters in the editor and the pdf.
>
> I am using version 0.5 (official)(r.dec380b, 24/03/2015) not from
> MikTeX nor TeX Live.
>
> Regards,
>
> Alain
>
> Le 26/09/2015 19:14, David J. Perry a écrit :
>> Alain,
>>
>> Here is a minimal example.  The issue is not whether this compiles,
>> but the difference between what you see in the editor and what is in
>> the PDF output.  See the screen shot attached.  Of course you have to
>> use a font in TeXworks that contains Plane 1 characters in order to
>> see them; I use Code2001, which is freely available, in both the
>> editing window and output.
>>
>> % !TEX TS-program = xelatex
>>
>> % !TEX encoding = UTF-8
>>
>>
>> \documentclass[12pt]{article}
>>
>>
>> \usepackage{fontspec}
>>
>> \usepackage{xunicode}
>>
>> \usepackage{xltxtra}
>>
>>
>> \setmainfont{Code2001}
>>
>>
>> \begin{document}
>>
>>
>> This file displays characters from Plane 1 of Unicode, used for
>> historic scripts. I am using Code2001 for both the editing screen and
>> the PDF output.\\
>>
>>
>> \noindent On the line below, we should see some Old Italic characters
>>
>>
>> ����������������\\
>>
>>
>> \noindent On the next line are some Gothic letters:
>>
>>
>> ����������������������\\
>>
>>
>> \noindent And finally some Cuneiform text:
>>
>>
>> ��������������������
>>
>> \end{document}
>>
>> 8:52 AM, Alain Delmotte wrote:
>>> Could you provide an complete minimal example reproducing the
>>> problem? So I could test.
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Alain
>

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