Am 2009-05-11 um 08:13 schrieb Thomas A. Schmitz:

Ok. Sorry for the vagueness. I use Adobe Caslon Pro as my body font, with XeTeX. And I enable the `onum' feature so that all numbers in my
document appear as old-style numbers, which is good.  But I also
prefer some of them use the normal capital number glyphs, for example,
in page numbers.  How can I do that?

Not sure if this is the canonical way, but here's how I do it: If I have onum=yes enabled for my normal Roman font, I disable it for my smallcaps variant and set page numbers etc as \sc. Or am I misunderstanding something?

Similarly you could define an additional variant, like "noos".

(Didn't check if font variants work ok in MkIV; I used them only for light and medium weights before.)

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