I'm new (a couple of weeks into my first LaTeX document).
I have been experimenting with the Letterine package for drop caps. It seems to work fine with the default typefaces.
However, (I'm using XeLaTeX) if I use package fourier, or polyglossia, or fontspec to choose a non-default typeface, the drop-cap occasionally (at every other page-ish) causes the main text to overflow a whole word into the right-hand margin.
Is there a workaround for this?
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Can you reproduce this for us with a minimal working example?
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