I wonder if someone can help me interpret this message in the log file
fonts > start missing characters:
fonts > 88 U+00336 ̶ COMBINING LONG STROKE OVERLAY
fonts > stop missing characters
My questions are as follows:
1. What does 88 mean here? 88 instances of this missing glyph? Page 88?
Or something else? or in other words, how might I discover where
something is missing from the original text?
2. Tex Gyre Pagella is normally a pretty handy typeface to use for me
because it has pretty much all the glyphs I normally need... except this
one obviously! Isn't it really just an en rule (or very similar to
such)? Or in other words, how do I best overcome the problem of this
3. And perhaps connected with the above question: is there good fallback
solution one can use? Do I need to \definefontfallback something or is
there an automatic one already happening?
I've started to examine the log files a bit more carefully for various
items and it is showing up my ignorance!!
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