In some French words when the circumflex is used over the i, there is no dot on the i. When I try to do it as described in "A Guide to Latex" the dot appears and the circumflex is too high. How do I fix this?
Just to demonstrate:
Note that using
This does not work for the final two characters, ŵ and ŷ, because these are not included in the
To actually use
rather than the above code. I didn't do that because I wanted to demonstrate both
As LaRiFaRi and Sean Allred point out, using
or switching to XeLaTeX or LuaLaTeX lets you input the accented characters directly. (I use the
Have you tried some of this? It's more a comment and I will delete it, when you show an MWE:
Make sure, to save your .tex-file encoded as utf8.
Edit: As Sean mentioned below in comment, the possibility exists, to use TeX-engines which support utf8 directly. If you are interested (and it's the way I do it), it would look like this: