[XeTeX] Defining small caps font from SIL Charis, Doulos

Ralf Stubner ralf.stubner at physik.uni-erlangen.de
Fri Aug 4 10:39:15 CEST 2006

ahoenig at jjay.cuny.edu writes:

> Hope this is a quick query. I'd like to define small caps fonts for
> use with plain XeTeX using the SIL Charis and Doulos fonts, both of
> which appear to contain small caps (at least when I look at the full
> font repertoires using Font Book on Mac OS X). Using +smcp or `Letter
> Case=Small Caps' doesn't appear to work. THanks for any info!

Charis and Doulos contain glyphs that look like small caps, because
these are needed for Cyrillic and IPA, which are both supported by these
fonts. These are not meant as typographic small caps and are not
accessible via OpenType or AAT features.


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