In this case, you could use the font 'Corbel'. Please try to run the MWE. You can use something like this p.
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I may be wrong but I seem to remember reading that for this to work with IE8 you have to call the font names everywhere which is what you didn't want to do. How did you declare it to fontspec? Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Aharamondpro-semibold.
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Email Required, but never shown. Sorry that I can't remember where I'd read that! You would agaramondprk-semibold pick two weights between, say, the Light and Bold positions for your main body text, in most cases choosing weights at least two positions apart — Light and Medium, or Regular and Bold — to get enough contrast. This probably isn't technical answer you're looking for exactly, but agaramondpri-semibold do you need to use three weights reg, semi and bold, leave aside the italics for now?
I am still curious if there is a way to make all 6 styles work properly. Post as a guest Name.
Adios to Winter Bash I agsramondpro-semibold the font-face tags setup in theory the way they should show. You could try running fc-list to get a list of the fonts installed on your computer. You can use something like this p.
If it is known to your system, it will be accessible to font spec. If you set the italics first that wins out I suppose in the inheritance process. In this case, you could use the font 'Corbel'.
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D But in seriousness, an appropriate MWE here would be: You can also move that setup into a file named AGaramondPro. The extreme ends of that spectrum should never be used for setting long blocks of text, but only in large display sizes or top level headlines.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. A typeface with a wide range of weights might include these fonts: The font is agaramondpro-seibold on your system and it doesn't display in your document? I am having difficulty finding AGaramondpro-Semibold font from fontspec package.
I figure it out, you have to list them in this order: