[XeTeX] epsdice package.

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Sun Jul 17 00:20:32 CEST 2011

Am 16.07.2011 um 23:32 schrieb Michael Joyner:

> How would one leverage that to handle my font defines of (below) for
> only a fixed range of unicode?

You either use a loop to activate the up to 128 characters or you use  
a font with Cherokee script and characters support to type Cherokee.  
Or I don't understand your question...

Jonathan Kew uses this loop in CJKsample.tex:

	\newcount\n \n="3000 \loop \ifnum\n<"A000
	  \lccode`\~=\n \catcode\n=\active
	  \lowercase{\xdef~{\brk \char\number\n \brk}} \advance\n by 1 \repeat

It's also possible to use \XeTeXinterchartoks to bind a character  
range to a particular font (I think). It's documented in The XETEX  
Companion (a work in progress), available for free from CERN – if it  
still exists (I don't know exactly what the strange particles they  
experiment with can perform).

You don't need to type everything in only one font!



People say that if you play Microsoft CD's backwards, you hear satanic  
things, but that's nothing, because if you play them forwards, they  
install MS Windows.

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