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Note: The OP used xelatex for compilation and everything was fine after changing to pdflatex. However, I leave my old answer here for archive purposes. If it worked for that letter before, you probably saved the file with an editor that converted it from utf-8 to some other format. If it is a new letter you are entering (not ö, which should work), you can ...

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Install the package ly1. I just had the same problem and this package solved it for me. I'm sure a more knowledgeable user will be able to explain why.

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Redefine in a more sensible way the active characters: \documentclass[dumb]{sffms} % undefine the single quotes \let'\relax \let\relax \usepackage{textcomp} % redefine them in a more sensible way \makeatletter \protected\def{\@ifnextchar`{"\@gobble}\textquotesingle} \protected\def'{\@ifnextchar'{"\@gobble}\textquotesingle} \makeatother \author{B C} ...

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\documentclass[courier]{sffms} \usepackage[TS1,T1]{fontenc} \author{H. G. Wells} \surname{Wells} \address{47 The High Street\\ Bromley, Kent} \title{The Country of the Blind} \runningtitle{Blind} \disposable \def\rquote{{\fontencoding{TS1}\selectfont\char39}} \def\lquote{{\fontencoding{TS1}\selectfont\char39}} \begin{document} foo \lquote bar\rquote\ 'baz' ...

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If you have already the converted PDF files, here's a version that works with all engines: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{graphicx,stringenc} \usepackage{xparse,l3regex} \ExplSyntaxOn \tl_const:Nn \c_coloremoji_dir_tl { ./emoji_images/hires } \tl_new:N \l_coloremoji_input_tl \cs_new_protected:Npn \coloremoji_unicode:nn #1 #2 { ...

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