[OS X TeX] Re : XeLaTeX& Unicode

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Sun Aug 14 18:30:15 CEST 2005

Le 14 août 05 à 10:37, Bruno Voisin a écrit :

> A place where you're more likely to find answers to your questions  
> is the XeTeX mailing list (there are a number of users experienced  
> with non-Roman or non-alphabetic writing there), to which I'm  
> cc'ing this message. In particular, you should obtain there  
> indication of which font is more appropriate for the kind of  
> writing you're planning to do (a font installed by default with OS  
> X, or an optional install in the OS X installer, or a separate font  
> to be downloaded from somewhere on the internet).

Looking for example quickly at my XeTeX mailing list mailbox, I've  
found a message from 11 September 2004 in which Jonathan Kew (the  
XeTeX developer) wrote:

> If I'm guessing right and you're interested in (Unicode) Greek, you  
> could try the Galatia SIL font from <http://scripts.sil.org/ 
> SILGrkUni>, or other Greek fonts that are out there. (Even Lucida  
> Grande should have the Greek characters, I believe.)

BTW, I had forgotten: for the XeTeX mailing list, see <http://tug.org/ 

Hope this helps,

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