So ... can someone provide a sample file of a document that uses old 
style by default?

Clearly the following doesn't work;

\definetypeface[myface][rm][Xserif][Minion Pro]
% i've also tried
%\definetypeface[myface][rm][Xserif][Warnock Pro]
\definetypeface[myface][ss][Xsans][Myriad Pro]
\definetypeface[myface][tt][Xmono][Consolas]
\setupbodyfont[myface, 11pt]

Thanks

Hans Hagen wrote:
> Mohamed Bana wrote:
>> Mojca Miklavec wrote:
>>> On Fri, Sep 19, 2008 at 8:07 PM, Mohamed Bana wrote:
>>>   
>>>> Hi guys,
>>>>
>>>> Why doesn't this definition use the old style numerals that come with the 
>>>> font?
>>>>  It seems to use the latin modern font when I try to use \os.  Small caps 
>>>> are
>>>> working fine.
> 
> \os is kind of special because it's related to the fact that good old 
> tex and the cm fonts have oldstyles in some math font and therefore some 
>   effort is needed to use it in text
> 
> we might consider mapping \os to something
> 
> \def\os{\groupedcommand{\setfontfeature{oldstyle}}{}}
> 
> which in mkiv will make
> 
> 1234567890 {\os 1234567890} 1234567890
> 
> work
> 

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