[OS X TeX] Accented characters in Xe(La)TeX

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Tue Jun 1 00:24:52 CEST 2010

Am 31.05.2010 um 23:20 schrieb cfrees at imapmail.org:

> Ah. It won't be from Mathematica - must be something else. (I  
> thought I
> got all the non-OS, non-TL fonts out of /Library/Fonts. Sigh. I did
> have a list at one point...)

You prefer the command line, so look up with lsbom which fonts came  
with Tiger!

>> Then it could be an OS/XeTeX issue. XeTeX seems to become Tiger  
>> (and maybe Leopard as well) incompatible since Apple has dropped  
>> AAT and ATSUI in Snow Leopard. Therefore, if you want to use XeTeX  
>> more, you should update.
> Not an option - Snow Leopard won't run on PPC.

Leopard (Mac OS X 10.5) does (the 10.5.4 DVD is quite reasonably  
priced, then update to 10.5.8). My PowerBook G4 is the living proof.  
(You also get Time Machine for quite CPU cycles and time consuming  
backups. But not the necessary external 1 TB disk.)



Hard Disk, n.:
	A device that allows users to delete vast quantities of data with  
simple mnemonic commands.

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