[OS X TeX] From LaTeX to XeTeX (was: Verdana font package?)

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Mon Oct 11 15:47:15 CEST 2004

Le 11 oct. 04, à 15:32, Jan Eden a écrit :

> After some testing, I found that \usepackage[safe]{tipa} was causing 
> the error. But my workaround (encoding T1) did not harm my non-ASCII 
> characters, since I used Adobe Garamond Pro instead of Hoefler Text in 
> my real document.

I don't think that whether it's Garamond or Hoefler should make any 

> The only declaration which does not work yet is the following:
> \DeclareFontShape{U}{agaram}{m}{sc}%
>    {<-> "AGaramondPro-Regular:Letter\space Case=Small\space Caps"}{}
> Can't XeTeX access Adobe Garamond Pro's small caps? Or am I missing 
> something?

This declaration is for AAT (Apple Advanced Typography) fonts, like 
Hoefler, whereas Garamond, as shipped by Adobe, is, I think, an 
OpenType font. For them, the above syntax does not work. You should try 

(forget it, as I was looking through my XeTeX list mailbox for a 
possible post documenting this, Jonathan's answer arrived)

> Now there's just two more tasks to make me a happy XeTeX convert:
> XeTeX should play nice with the beamer class

Can't say, don't know this class.

> pstricks graphs should appear after a XeTeX typesetting

I don't think that will work. XeTeX does not use the PostScript 
language: it creates an .xdv file (extended .dvi), then launches behind 
the scene its own converter xdv2pdf producing .pdf output directly.

Hope this helps,

--------------------- Info ---------------------
Mac-TeX Website: http://www.esm.psu.edu/mac-tex/
           & FAQ: http://latex.yauh.de/faq/
TeX FAQ: http://www.tex.ac.uk/faq
List Post: <mailto:MacOSX-TeX at email.esm.psu.edu>

More information about the macostex-archives mailing list