[XeTeX] Including jpgs

Mohamed Bana m.bana.lists at gmail.com
Fri Oct 24 16:32:37 CEST 2008

Thanks, that's a good enough compromise.

\setsansfont[SmallCapsFont={Myriad Pro Semibold},%
     BoldFont={Myriad Pro Semibold},%
     BoldFeatures={SmallCapsFont={Myriad Pro Bold}},%
     SmallCapsFeatures={Scale=0.72,LetterSpace=7.0}]{Myriad Pro}

Berteun Damman wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 24, 2008 at 12:23 AM, Andrew Moschou <andmos at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 2. Myriad Pro doesn't come with small caps right?
>> Right. http://store3.adobe.com/type/browser/pdfs/MYRP/MyriadPro-Regular.pdf
> If one uses fontspec however, and one has the semibold weight
> available, it is possible to fake the small caps in a way which isn't
> so bad, by saying something like:
> \setmainfont[SmallCapsFont={Myriad Pro Semibold},%
>     SmallCapsFeatures={Scale=0.72,LetterSpace=5.0}]{Myriad Pro}%
> If you need 'bold small caps' too (provided you use the semibold as
> your default Bold variant), this would be possible by an additional
> specification of:
>     BoldFont={Myriad Pro Semibold},%
>     BoldFeatures={SmallCapsFont={Myriad Pro Bold},%
>       SmallCapsFeatures={Scale=0.72,LetterSpace=7.0}},
> By using the semibold weight the fake small caps will not look too
> thin, which downsized regular capitals do. There is one important
> catch however if you use this: you have to provide uppercase text to
> the \textsc{} command: \textsc{THIS IS SMALL CAPS} – \textsc{this is
> small caps} will give downsized semibold lowercase letters, which is
> quite useless. This solution is not ideal but works if you only have
> the occasional acronym you want to format as small caps. If you
> automatically format figure captions etc. in small caps, this won't
> work.
> Berteun
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