[XeTeX] TeXShop 1.35

Yves Codet ycodet at club-internet.fr
Wed Sep 1 13:00:48 CEST 2004

Le 1 sept. 04, à 12:25, Jonathan Kew a écrit :

> I often set the editor to use Lucida Grande, and rely on automatic 
> font substitution to allow things like Devanagari and Arabic to 
> display OK. That works for me.
> On the other hand, sometimes I like to use Andale Mono WT J in the 
> editor; but as this includes Devanagari and Arabic characters, they 
> get displayed *without* font substitution, and as the font doesn't 
> include AAT tables, they don't shape.
> You need to learn the capabilities of the various fonts and 
> technologies you have available, and make some choices; there's 
> probably no single "ideal" solution. But depending what fonts you have 
> installed, automatic substitution can get you quite a long way.

Thanks. So far it seems to work well (I am still missing dear Yudit and 
its universal input methods).

Kind regards,


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