[XeTeX] cannot get Hoefler text to work with XeTeX
rolf.schmolling at alumni.TU-Berlin.de
Wed Mar 18 18:35:23 CET 2009
Hello and many thanks to all of you!
Got it to work ––!!
PS: line breaks were due to a template of mine where I have several
different fonts to chose via commenting them in/out.
Am 18.03.2009 um 17:59 schrieb Fr. Michael Gilmary:
> David E. Thiel wrote:
>> Argh, so *that's* why I never got that to work. I had to make new a
>> font family that just used lining numbers. What's the proper way to
>> access the lining number glyphs from LaTeX in the default Hoefler
> If you're using Xe(La)TeX on Mac OS X, then you can find the glyph IDs
> with the character palette and input using \XeTeXglyph<number>. For
> example, to type out the current year, 2009:
> \XeTeXglyph317 \XeTeXglyph315 \XeTeXglyph315 \XeTeXglyph324
> However, this is a very bulky and non-portable way to get lining
> numbers. It seems to be *one* of the problems with Hoefler Text.
> I'm not sure what to do if you're on another operating system.
> Hope that helps.
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