[XeTeX] Bug or design flaw in Polyglossia 2012/04/29 v1.2.1
Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Sat Mar 30 22:02:14 CET 2013
Am 30.03.2013 um 21:19 schrieb Arthur Reutenauer:
> Because nobody has ever implemented this, nor even come up with a
> specification for how Polyglossia should behave. In this case you've
> set up two languages, Malayalam and English. What if you're having a
> third language, say, German: where should TeX choose the Latin
> characters from, English or German?
Well, any font with Latin support would be sufficient – and using \latinfont shows the same missing output data, because of missing rules…
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___o /I -\<, |o \ -\),-% high speed!
___/\ /\___./ \___...O/ O____.....`-O-'-()--o_________________
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