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bvoisin at mac.com
Tue Jun 6 09:24:46 CEST 2006
Le 6 juin 06 à 07:47, Shunichi Amano a écrit :
> I see. Thanks for both.
> On 2006/06/05, at 23:29, Bruno Voisin wrote:
>> Le 5 juin 06 à 15:06, Shunichi Amano a écrit :
>>> The doc of fontspec says that "Letters=SmallCaps" works for AAT
>>> fonts. But I don't know how to tell a font is AAT.
>> AAT is Apple's font technology (Apple Advanced Typography), similar
>> to OpenType but superior in some respects and inferior in others. You
>> can see the features available for a given AAT font in the TextEdit
>> Font panel (Cmd-T), for example, selecting the font then clicking on
>> the wheel-like icon at the bottom of the panel then selecting the
>> Typography... item.
>> Alternatively, for an AAT font you can use XeTeX to process the file
>> AAT-info.tex, and for an OpenType font you can use XeTeX to process
>> the file OpenType-info.tex. Both are included in the XeTeX
>> install .dmg file, in Samples/Plain.
I'm realizing this answer assumed you are using XeTeX on Mac OS X,
which may not be the case. Sorry for that, I haven't yet fully
integrated the cross-platform nature of XeTeX. Thus, in case you're
not using Mac OS X, the TextEdit tip won't help, and the use of
OpenType-info.tex is the only solution.
The XeTeX sample files are available as a separate download from
<http://scripts.sil.org/xetex_download>, in the form of the archive
By the way, it seems this archive hasn't been updated to reflect the
changes in the doc and sample files included in the Mac disk image
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