[XeTeX] Trouble with the new Xetex
jmccyoung at gmail.com
Sat Aug 13 18:51:07 CEST 2011
Since as far as I've seen no one has responded to your question (and I
have no idea of an answer myself), I thought I'd ask whether there's
some feature of Palatino Linotype that makes it so appealing you don't
want to switch to a font that includes the character? There are a lot
of them out there, including Charis SIL, Gentium (and GentiumPlus),
Linux Libertine, Junicode, DejaVu, Old Standard, and Theano, just to
mention a few I recognize as free fonts I've downloaded, besides
whatever system fonts you might already have that include it. I'm
using GentiumPlus in my edition of Hyginus' _Fabulae_ in part because
of its inclusion of the macron-y.
On Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 2:07 PM, Andrew Gollan <tharoth at gmail.com>
wrote in part:
> I am using the Palatino Linotype font which does not have a native ȳ glyph.
> I had been entering my ȳ letters as \=y which was working fine until I
> upgraded to TeXLive2011 (from 2009/2010 depending on machine). Now I get the
> error message...
John McChesney-Young ** Berkeley, California, U.S.A.
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