[XeTeX] Panther/Jaguar (was: Newbie Qs)
aenkerli at indiana.edu
Tue Nov 2 16:57:40 CET 2004
> Sorry not to respond sooner
Not a problem.
> Some of the example files use fonts that aren't standard installs with
> OS X
It might be a good thing to note that on the download page or as a
separate "Readme" in the XeTeX samples package.
> look at your available fonts with FontBook
Ah, that's the thing. FontBook is a Panther program. Same with the Font
Tools package, apparently.
Overall, XeTeX seems to work perfectly with Jaguar.
> You could look at Gentium <http://scripts.sil.org/Gentium>
Oh, yes, forgot about this one. Stacked diacritics would be really
useful to note both tone and nasalisation (tilde and accent) but the
option is interesting.
> Major font vendors may also have OpenType fonts that provide the
> characters you need
Ah, but poor students rarely buy fonts... ;-)
Thanks for the link on Input Resources.
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