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Re: org-mode export to (latex) PDF

From: Maxim Nikulin
Subject: Re: org-mode export to (latex) PDF
Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2021 23:56:12 +0700
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On 16/07/2021 02:40, Juan Manuel Macías wrote:
Maxim Nikulin writes:

In CSS it is possible to specify a list of fonts and a glyph is taken
from the first font where it is present. Despite particular fonts have
limited coverage, I see wide range of Unicode characters on web pages,
that is why I am almost sure that system font libraries combine fonts.

In LuaTeX you can associate a font family to a range or a group of

   texto = unicode.utf8.gsub ( text, "([\u{e000}-\u{f8ff}])", "\\puatext{%1}" )

I expect it is terribly inefficient for long spans of text in particular language. Command should not be per-character, preferably per-paragraph or at least per-word


However maybe you just do not use sequences of symbols from private use area.

I think that low level implementation in browser or in some underlying library is much faster

      <dt>LM Roman 12</dt>
      <dd style="font-family: 'LM Roman 12'">abc абв…с</dd>
      <dt>LM Roman 12, CMU Serif</dt>
      <dd style="font-family: 'LM Roman 12', 'CMU Serif'">abc абв…с</dd>

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