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fontspec | Error after Update to TeX Live 2011

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fontspec | Error after Update to TeX Live 2011

Postby AleCes on Mon Oct 24th, 2011

On Ubuntu 11.11, with TeXWorks 0.5 after the update to TeXLive 2011, I get the following errors in the console (which I didn't get before, when I was still running TexLive 2010):
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* fontspec warning: "script-not-exist"
*
* Font 'Tinos' does not contain script 'Greek'.
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and
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LaTeX Font Warning: Font shape `EU1/Tinos(0)/m/sl' undefined
(Font)              using `EU1/Tinos(0)/m/n' instead on input line 48.
.
The font, as you can see from above is Tinos which is OpenSource so you can download it freely from the Internet. Now, despite the fontspec warning, greek text is correctly displayed, the only apparent flaw is that when I right click on the source file>Go to pdf, the underlining does not match the text, I mean it's not centred on the text, actually it's moved to the center-left.
I can't attach the source file (*.tex) because they tell me
The file is too big, maximum allowed size is 256 KiB.

Sorry for that.
Last thing: I installed all packages of TeXLive, so it can't be that something is just missing.
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Re: fontspec | Error after Update to TeX Live 2011

Postby localghost on Mon Oct 24th, 2011

AleCes wrote:[…] I can't attach the source file (*.tex) because they tell me
The file is too big, maximum allowed size is 256 KiB.

Sorry for that. […]

Another reason why you have to reduce the problem to a proper minimal example. We certainly won't dig in the code of a complete document here.


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Re: fontspec | Error after Update to TeX Live 2011

Postby AleCes on Mon Oct 24th, 2011

I understand, maybe this one would suffice.
I erased the whole text, bar two Greek words and the rump Table of contents, but the code is intact.
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Re: fontspec | Error after Update to TeX Live 2011

Postby AleCes on Fri Oct 28th, 2011

Please try with the updated source file, you should get two errors on the output console:
Code: Select all  •  Open in writeLaTeX
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* fontspec warning: "script-not-exist"
*
* Font 'Tinos' does not contain script 'Greek'.
*************************************************

and
Code: Select all  •  Open in writeLaTeX
LaTeX Font Warning: Font shape `EU1/Tinos(0)/m/sl' undefined
(Font)              using `EU1/Tinos(0)/m/n' instead on input line 43.

The last error appears only on the updated version because it concerns \frontmatter (line 43)

Please let me know if you get the same error messages as I do.
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Re: fontspec | Error after Update to TeX Live 2011

Postby AleCes on Wed Nov 2nd, 2011

Bump! Do you get the same errors or is it a non-reproductible bug? We're now certain that it's not related to TexWorks, http://code.google.com/p/texworks/issues/detail?id=550#makechanges. They told me the SyncTex code is to be blamed.
All I can tell you is that the fontspec warnings are just fake. I use lots of OpenType features (ligatures, alternates, localized glyphs) without any visible problem.
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