[OS X TeX] fontspec, disabling something.

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Sat May 12 04:35:12 EDT 2007

Le 12 mai 07 à 10:20, Maarten Sneep a écrit :

> Now all I have to do is understand the symbols, and numbers in the  
> output: Using the above example, what is the difference between a  
> checked 'Line initial swashes [4]' and a non-checked 'Word Final  
> Swashes [2]'. I guess that the [0] indicates that there are no  
> characters present that fulfill the criterium, but I a short  
> explanation may be helpful.

You can use TextEdit for that, or any application that yields access  
to the font panel (Cmd-T): type in some text, select a font, click on  
the wheel-like button at the bottom of the panel, and in the menu  
that appears select Typography: you'll get another panel displaying  
all the switches applying to the selected font, and allowing to  
activate each of them through checkboxes.

> Classic has disappeared from my computer a long time ago.

I keep it around so that I keep access to files from my PhD thesis,  
prepared mostly with Claris applications (MacWrite II/Pro, MacDraw II/ 
Pro, Claris Draw, Claris Resolve) and also with Expressionist. Not to  
speak about Classic Textures, which I still need to open old files  
and convert them to PS then PDF.


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