[XeTeX] Fonts for (Xe)TeX use

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Mon Oct 9 16:36:55 CEST 2006

Le 9 oct. 06 à 16:22, Will Robertson a écrit :

> On 09/10/2006, at 20:57 , Bruno Voisin wrote:
>> Something I had forgotten: OS X won't normally let you select  
>> these directories, which are normally hidden. (By default, one  
>> can't get inside a .app application bundle).
> You can also right click on the application (grrrr, hidden menu  
> items that don't exist!) and select "Show package contents" to see  
> what's inside.

Yes, that's what I normally use from the Finder. (And it's even  
simpler with a right-click on the Mighty Mouse with the brand new  
MacPro I just got :-)

But you can't use this AFAIK when presented with the file opening  
dialog from within an application: here, in Font Book, when you have  
created a new Library using File > New Library (Cmd-Alt-N) and click  
on the "+" button to add fonts to this library. I had heard about the  
"/" trick somewhere (maybe on the OS X TeX list), but then forgotten  
about it; it was recently pointed to my attention by Rowland  
McDonnell, in relation to ManOpen.


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