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You've changed the key bindings to Emacs - associated with a green cursor. Change it back to None: Vim key bindings will highlight with a red cursor.

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I have a feeling this happens when copying and pasting from PDFs, and it has more to do with your reader than your LaTeX IDE. I bet if you copy+paste from your PDF to your notepad you'll get some weird characters for your utf8 ones (try to do this to see what happens). The fact that you just mentioned there is no problem with the utf8 characters you ...

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LaTeX has problem with some of the characters with accents you used. This problem can be solved using various techniques: Add this into your preamble (and change your source file encoding to UTF-8): \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} % Or \usepackage{fontspec} for XeLaTeX \usepackage[english]{babel} % Babel, replace with your language ...

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Adding to Sverre's answer of using TeX Gyre Termes (tgtermes package): it doesn't work for me with \ttfamily / \texttt{} i.e. typewriter fonts. I get the following from pdftotext (version 0.12.4): rmfamily: zażółć gęsią jaźń ttfamily: za»óª¢ g¦si¡ ja¹« I have browsed The LaTeX Font Catalogue and found out the following solution -- use TXTT font for ...

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You can use the Times font TeX Gyre Termes: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tgtermes} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \input glyphtounicode \pdfgentounicode=1 \begin{document} \noindent \rmfamily rmfamily: zażółć gęsią jaźń \\ \ttfamily ttfamily: zażółć gęsią jaźń \\ \end{document} Copy and paste from the .pdf gives this ...

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