[XeTeX] Spurious text (font name) in PDF output.

musa furber musaf_spamtrap at runbox.com
Wed May 3 23:09:24 CEST 2006

On May 3, 2006, at 10:34 PM, Will Robertson wrote:

> On 04/05/2006, at 3:44 , musa furber wrote:
>>> Just working on a solution to that now...it's easier than I  
>>> expected,
>>> just need to specify \latinencoding along with \cyrillicencoding
>>> before babel does its stuff. I'm just searching through the archives
>>> now to see now if there are any other similar additions I should  
>>> make
>>> to fontspec while I'm at it.
>> I sent you an experimental Arabic babel extension a few weeks back.
>> An encoding for Arabic would be useful.
> At this stage I'm only trying to work around problems in babel. As
> far as I can see, there is only a \hebrewencoding in its RL-language
> support. The files you sent me are your own home-cooked arabic
> support in babel, which I'm not supporting for fontspec.
> Have I understood correctly? Or would it be convenient for me to call
> \def\arabicencoding{U} along with all the others?

It looks like nothing would be needed since my home-cooked thing  
doesn't play with encodings; it just ensures consistent  
directionality and document strings.


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