[XeTeX] on fontspec 1.10
ralf.stubner at physik.uni-erlangen.de
Sun Jun 25 23:26:53 CEST 2006
Pablo Rodríguez <oinos at web.de> writes:
> After paging through fontspec.pdf, I wonder whether there is a method to
> switch a feature (such as UppercaseSmallCaps) without having to mention
> the font. This would be very useful to switch fonts in documents only once.
> I have used UppercaseSmallCaps with GFS Didot (the roman font) for
> headers in a document, but for some strange reason, fontspec gives the
> following messages:
> Package fontspec Warning: OpenType feature 'Letters=UppercaseSmallCaps'
> (+c2sc) not available in font "GFSDidot-Bold" at 8.0pt, script 'Latin',
> language 'Default' on input line 178.
I have run into a similar problem with a font I am currently developing,
which (like GFS Didot) has small caps only for the regular shape. I
tried to avoid this by changing
However, that only shifted the warnings to other places. Fortunately,
fontspec.sty provides the 'quiet' option which supresses such warnings.
One might miss useful warnings that way, though. Hence I take this as a
hint to design small caps for the other shapes ... ;-)
More information about the XeTeX