[XeTeX] Beginning user with questions

Wilfred van Rooijen wvanrooijen at yahoo.com
Mon May 9 05:37:32 CEST 2011

For very basic questions like this, there are an almost infinite number of resources online.

- Typeset a tonal language. I don't know exactly what that means, but if it involves unicode-encoded characters and a font which can represent those characters, xe(la)tex is the way to go!

- A table in latex is very simple. If you don't put any lines in the tables, then you will have what you want.

- xe(la)tex does not stop processing until there is an \end{document} or an error. xe(la)tex give a lot of information during the processing of any document. Check for errors.


--- On Fri, 6/5/11, Ruth Robbins <ramrobbins2 at gmail.com> wrote:

> From: Ruth Robbins <ramrobbins2 at gmail.com>
> Subject: [XeTeX] Beginning user with questions
> To: xetex at tug.org
> Date: Friday, 6 May, 2011, 2:10 PM
> Hi,
> i'm using xetex to typset a grammar of a tonal languge. At
> the moment I'm trying to figure out how to properly set up a
> simple table that has no lines (horizontal or verticle).
> I've been going to various resources online and it's still
> not working.
> Also, my typeset document has been consistently ending
> after the first chapter even though end document doesn't
> come until the end of everything.
> what might I be missing?  Is there something written
> on making tables in Xetex/XeLatex?
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