[texhax] Linux Libertine, XeTex, and Microtype

Chris Yocum cyocum at gmail.com
Tue Sep 6 11:01:58 CEST 2011

Yes, I was.  I will fix that.  Does the file need to be in the same
directory as microtype or just in the directory with the main .tex file?


On 06/09/11 03:01, Robert wrote:
> On 03.09.11 18:05, Chris Yocum wrote:
>> I am working on a microtype configuration file for the Linux Libertine
>> font.
> That's great!
>>  I am getting many warnings from the microtype package and I don't
>> really understand them all.  I was wondering if someone who has
>> experience with the microtype package could help me?
>> the warnings are like this:
>> Package microtype Warning: No protrusion set chosen, no default set
>> declared.
>> (microtype)                Using empty set.
> It seems that the default configuration file (microtype.cfg) is not
> loaded. Are you possibly trying to load the configuration file for Linux
> Libertine manually? That would be wrong - simply name the file
> "mt-LinuxLibertineO.cfg", and microtype will find it.
> Best regards,

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