[XeTeX] Fontspec and folio

Ross Moore ross at ics.mq.edu.au
Sun Jun 28 22:33:52 CEST 2009

Hello Fr. Michael,

On 29/06/2009, at 12:52 AM, Fr. Michael Gilmary wrote:

> Hi all:
> I'm not sure if this is a fontspec issue or maybe something having  
> to do with the mechanism for setting the folio numbers.
> Attached is the example in which you will see the ToC generates the  
> numbers monospaced as desired, while the running text has numbers  
> proportional, as desired. However, the folio page numbers are *not*  
> proportional but monospaced. (If you don't have the font I'm using,  
> just use one with both proportional and monospaced numbers.)
> Is there a way to make the folio numbers proportional or is that  
> determined by setting the ToC to be monospaced (as in the example)?

Your example uses memoir class, which has a macro
for the page numbers in the Table of Contents,

It has a default expansion
     \cftchapterpagefont ->\bfseries

Just change this to become a font-switch that has all
the properties that you want.

> -- 
> United in adoration of Jesus,
> fr. michael gilmary, mma

Hope this helps,


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