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1 Why TEX?
2 e most important thing to understand
3 More useful things to know
4 Setting Up the So ware
4.1 For Windows
4.2 For Linux
4.3 For Mac OS X
5 Learning TEX works and LATEX
5.1 Document Basics
5.2 Typesetting and Error Correction
5.3 Learning LATEX
6 Creating Multilingual Text
6.1 Entering Unicode Text
6.2 Old Habits Die Hard
6.3 Using polyglossia for Additional Language Support
6.4 Creating Right to Le Text
6.4.1 Using polyglossia for RTL
6.4.2 Using bidi by itself
6.4.3 Special Issues with Unicode’s Old Italic Characters
7 Using Fonts and OpenType Features
7.1 LATEX Font Basics
7.2 About fontspec
7.3 fontspec commands
7.4 Learning More
A Appendix: Fontspec and OpenType Features
B Appendix: fontspec Command Summary
B.1 Basic Format
B.2 Additional Commands
B.3 Associating Fonts with Scripts or Languages
B.4 Features Applicable to Any Font
B.5 Font-Dependent Features
B.6 Yet More Commands
C Appendix: Some Sample Code
C.1 A Basic Document
C.2 A Multilingual Sample
D Appendix: Fonts with OpenType Features
E Appendix: Some Traditional TEX Keystrokes
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xetex, multilingual
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Published by: baloo on Jan 06, 2014
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