[OS X TeX] Linotype Palatino
kubovy at virginia.edu
Wed Jun 6 23:57:30 EDT 2007
On Jun 6, 2007, at 10:37 PM, Robert Spence wrote:
> Dear Michael,
> On 07 Jun 2007, at 01:32 , Michael Kubovy wrote:
>> I've never even tried XeLaTeX. I would appreciate a guide for the
> ... will you settle for a guide _by_ one of the perplexed?
> Do you have any fancy stuff in your document, e.g. things done with
> pstricks, or phonetic symbols, etc.?
> If not, why not just try the following as the basis of your preamble:
> If your TeX distribution is a fairly recent one, then you probably
> already have everything you need for a XeLaTeX run. Either check
> to see whether there's an appropriate item on the pulldown
> typesetting menu of TeXShop, or else just open the Terminal and do
> cd <path_to_my_grant_application_directory>
> xelatex '-output-driver=xdvipdfmx -q -E'
> It should "just work". If it doesn't, you can get more help either
> on this list or on the XeTeX list (xetex at tug.org).
> Basically, if your source file compiles with LaTeX, then it should
> also compile with XeLaTeX.
> Good luck!
That works. Thanks. Now suppose I need to have headers, footers, and
section headings in sans serif?
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