[XeTeX] Hoefler italics and diacritics oddity

Musa Furber musaf at runbox.com
Tue Jun 22 11:39:40 CEST 2004

Using \begingroup...\endgroup took care of it. I knew there had to be a 
really simple way of doing this.

Now I just need to test for the correct sizing for the environment so 
the text is drawn at the proper size. Well, I guess this is one way to 
learn TeX...though piecemeal.

Thanks much to you and Mr. Shulz.


On 22 Jun 2004, at 11:03, Jonathan Kew wrote:

> On 22 Jun 2004, at 3:03 am, Herb Schulz wrote:
>> On 6/21/04 8:41 PM, "Musa Furber" <musaf at runbox.com> wrote:
>>> Any simple way to "push" the current font, declare a new one, use it,
>>> and then "pop" the old font back?
>> Howdy,
>> One way is to surround the text with the ``new'' font with braces or
>> \bgroup...\endgroup. Then everything is localized to that group; 
>> unless
>> things are defined as global.
> Just to avoid confusion - that would be either "\bgroup ... \egroup" 
> or "\begingroup ... \endgroup". (Or, most commonly, braces: "{ ... 
> }".)
> JK

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