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I just found out why this happened. In the TeXworks editor I use, the original setup is: "Format"--> "Smart Quotes"-->"Tex ligatures", after I changed the setup to: "Format"--> "Smart Quotes"-->"None", then it works as expected !!!!


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Maybe that's very naive, but why not simply input direcly ö in the editor? \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{lmodern} \begin{document} Toksöz \textsc{Toksöz} TOKSÖZ \end{document}


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It is difficult to see in some editors, but in the first case you have \" acting on o, in the second: \' acting on ', hence the strange result. \documentclass{article} \begin{document} Toks\"{o}z Toks\''{o}z \end{document} BTW: your question gives an interesting example, why " and '' should never be mixed. Improper usage of " as a quote does not ...


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I've had a similar problem, but I've "solved" it. Online some people seemed to suggest this is to do with hyperref, but, I'm not convinced. Loading hyperref last had no effect whatsoever. In the .tex file I had: \begin{proposition}\label{prop:amG delta in amG delta K} \begin{enumerate} \item This formats so that the 1. of the \item is right next to the ...


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I’m not sure that I understand your question; is it the exact form of the vowel mark in the name of God that concerns you? If so, see pp. 21 and 27 of arabdoc.pdf for getting the “dagger alif” in arabtex. I don’t know whether you can get it in arabtex without using the ASCII input notation. In arabxetex, you can get it, at least in some readily available ...


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After more digging, I worked out a solution which allows using the pnastwof package. The font name for the helvetica font suggested by PNAS are actually wrong. They should be phvr*8t instead of phvr*: %% Karl Berry Names: \def\helvetica{phvr8t} \def\helveticaoblique{phvro8t} \def\helveticaboldoblique{phvbo8t} \def\helveticabold{phvb8t} This then fixes the ...


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The pnastwof package is full of \font declarations that are evil. The accent problem is due to the fact that the default font is a proprietary version of Frutiger that apparently has accents moved in different places. If you want a preprint that is similar to the final result, avoid loading pnastwof and change the font setup. I really can't understand why ...


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You also need to change the category code of ~: \newcommand{\gk}{\begingroup\catcode`~=12 \dogk} \newcommand{\dogk}[1]{\textgreek[variant=ancient]{#1}\endgroup} Another possibility is to exploit the fact that ~ is active and locally define it to a ~ with the correct category code. \documentclass{scrreprt} \usepackage{fontspec} \usepackage{polyglossia} ...



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