Libertinus font and AnonymousPro

Wolfgang Engelmann engelmann at
Wed Jul 7 15:19:12 UTC 2021

the first part of your mail should perhaps go into Steves
Using the TeX Gyre Century Schoolbook Equivalent Fonts

It explains for people like me the way the fonts are made available for 
different programs.
Thanks for it

Am 07.07.21 um 15:08 schrieb Cuyahoga Falls:
> On 7/7/2021 7:13 AM, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:
>> Herbert, I used in LyX
>> Use non-TeX fonts (via XeTeX/LuaTeX)
>> under Document>fonts
>> Wolfgang
> I'm no expert (especially with Debian), but it sounds to me as if the 
> fonts you're trying to use have not been unstalled in your Debian system 
> (as opposed to being installed in TeXLive).
> When you tell LyX to use "non-Tex fonts" through XeTeX/LuaTeX, you're 
> telling LyX to use the fonts available to your OS apart from TeX. These 
> would be the fonts available to all of your other programs, such as 
> LibreOffice (if you have it). These fonts are different from those 
> installed by TeXLive. The TeXLive fonts are generally available to 
> TeX/LaTeX/LyX systems when compiling using PDFLaTeX (as opposed to 
> XeTeX). The TeXLive fonts are generally not available to non-TeX 
> programs as they are installed somewhere within the TeXLive file 
> structure separate and apart from OS system fonts.
> As a test, I would open another non-TeX program that uses system fonts 
> (such as LibreOffice or OpenOffice or whatever else you have on your 
> system) and see if the desired fonts are available within that program. 
> If they are not, then that would indicate to me that they are not 
> installed as OS system fonts.
> If they are not installed as OS system fonts, then you'll need to 
> install them to your Debian system. On that point, I can't help further 
> as I know nothing about where Debian installs system fonts or the 
> methods it uses to install them.
> Virgil

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