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environment with local \newunicodechar{ä}{ae} or similar — is it possible?

I'm using xelatex with utf8-input. I'm trying to write a LaTeX environment inside of which every source code ä is printed as ae, every ö as oe etc. I found a number of ways that don't work, but so far ...
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Auto convert LaTeX escape codes to UTF-8 characters?

How do I—e.g., with AucTeX—automatically convert escaped characters like \~n to ñ for use with \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}? I could do something like this: sed \ -e "s/\\'a/á/" \ -e ...
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how to generate a PDF with real UTF characters [duplicate]

I'm using these settings: \epstopdfsetup{outdir=./} \usepackage[italian]{babel} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \selectlanguage{italian} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{hyperref} in order to write ...
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How to replace (unicode) characters by ü,ğ,ş etc.?

\documentclass[11pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage[utf8x]{inputenc} \usepackage{ucs} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} ...
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1answer
193 views

inputenc[utf8] error with input-function of external tex files

I got a problem with inputenc[utf8]. My document is in German and uses 'ä, ö, ü' which usually works fine with the following preamble: \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...
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2answers
564 views

How to input characters into XeLaTeX

How do I input the non-keyboard characters into TeXShop? My minimum working example: \documentclass{book} % Font Settings \usepackage{fontspec} \newfontfamily\myfont{C64 Pro Mono} \begin{document} ...
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Unicode char \u8:â not set up for use with LaTeX [closed]

Somewhere in my Bib file this character is used. I havo no clue what character this is and cannot find the corresponding 'real' one. My typestting aborts on this character. I do use ...
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votes
1answer
163 views

How can I use unusual non-English characters individually?

I would like to user very unusual characters and after some research I still have no idea how it is done. I want, for example the write the word Shīʿah, as in Shīʿah Islam in my dissertation (Note ...
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1answer
225 views

Can't Use 'ŋ' In My LaTeX Document

I am creating a textbook for a constructed language of mine. It's alphabet contains the letter 'ŋ', which LaTeX does not seem to like. For example: \ae{}r\ng{} & past participle & He had ...
4
votes
1answer
168 views

getting rid of unicode character 200F

I typeset Arabic text with LuaLaTeX and recognised that quite often a character occurs in the resulting pdf that is invisible in the sourcetext -- it is unicode character 200f: the right-to-left mark. ...
4
votes
1answer
311 views

Babel not working on OS X? [closed]

I'm using a MacBook Air, with OS X, and I have great difficulties in using Latex in my native language (serbian). If I use the standard babel package in TexShop: \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...
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4answers
580 views

Non-ASCII characters in Biblatex

I am using biblatex with backend=biber and the following .bib file: @article{concellon_synthesis_2006, title = {Synthesis of Enantiopure ({αS,βS)-} or ({αR,βS)-β-Amino} Alcohols by Complete ...
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votes
4answers
424 views

UTF-8 (but not in current font) character in newcommand

I'm trying to define a new single-character LaTeX command (to insert a 1 pt space with \kern1pt) and want to use one of the characters obtained through the AltGr key on a US International keyboard ...
4
votes
1answer
321 views

UTF-8 characters not displayed with xelatex (pandoc)

I'm using XeLaTeX with pandoc to generate PDFs from markdown files: but the "⇒" character (UTF8) does not get correctly generated (it's not show in the output file). Is it possible to get the "⇒" ...
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votes
2answers
323 views

utf8 characters

I would like to include the output of the npm list command in a latex verbatim block: jeroen@jeroen-ubuntu:~/Desktop$ npm install d3 jeroen@jeroen-ubuntu:~/Desktop$ npm list /home/jeroen/Desktop └─┬ ...
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votes
1answer
476 views

\texttt converts apostrophe to Unicode quotation mark [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to make a real apostrophe or single-quote in LaTeX I'm building a Python Regex cheat sheet using Latex, which has the following line: ...
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1answer
136 views

How to write the € symbol into a file, when using Package [utf8]{inputenc}

With the following MWE, I can write the € symbol into the file euro.txt \documentclass{article} \newwrite\tempfile \immediate\openout\tempfile="euro.txt" \begin{document} Write Euro symbol into a ...
2
votes
1answer
421 views

Special characters stopped appearing in text

I have a unicode text (XeLaTeX) in which I use vowels with umlaut, like ü and ö, which worked but suddenly stoped working. These give an error message: ! Package inputenc Error: Keyboard character ...
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2answers
845 views

How to fix missing or incorrect mappings from glyphtounicode.tex

glyphtounicode.tex has been described as the best solution for generating copy-and-pasteable symbols. However, I find that various symbols that I need to use do not paste as the appropriate Unicode ...
4
votes
1answer
603 views

Using another font for a glyph that is not available in the current font

I want to declare more than one font so XeTeX can use other fonts when first font did not have a specific glyph. How can I do that? In windows when the current font does not have a glyph, other font ...
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votes
0answers
681 views

Is there an Unicode code point for umlauts marked with a small e instead of a diaresis? [closed]

The original way to denote an umlaut in German was to write a small e on top of the umlauted letter, like in the second row of the image below. Is this form of the umlaut availabe via Unicode? In ...
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Hyperref: Scandinavian characters (æø) don't work in \url, hyperlink is wrong

Background A while ago it became possible to use the letters æ, ø and å in URLs, and some websites, like the encyclopaedia Store Norske Leksikon, has made use of this. Recently, a question was ...