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Based on this LaTeX website, there are following solutions for your problem. According the subsection "indirekte Eingabe von Umlauten" you can write \"A, \"O, \"U, \"a, \"o, \"u and \ss{} or {\"A}, {\"O}, {\"U}, {\"a}, {\"o}, {\"u} and {\ss} to get german letters. If you include the german or ngmerman (ngerman has the new hyphentation rules), you can write ...

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First option with pure LaTeX: \documentclass[ fontsize=12pt, a4paper, portrait, oneside, openright, final, titlepage, onecolumn, ...

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Using a Unicode-aware engine If changing engine to either XeTeX or LuaTeX is an option, then you can remove the literate stuff from the \lstset, remove inputenc and add fontspec. With those modifications it just works. Note that in the code below I set belowskip and aboveskip to 0pt where necessary to remove the gap between the different listings, rather ...

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Yes, you can insert accents directly by keyboard in TeXstudio. Note that, since TeXstudio is an editor which support a lot of font encoding you can type normally. No problem will appear until you compile your tex file. During the compilation process those accented characters should be interpreted by the compiler. This could be done in general loading some ...

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The Greek letters need some more work for soul due to the utf8 encoding -- there is soulutf8 as an extension of soul for this (and other non latin characters) There is no need to load soul separately. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[english,greek]{babel} \usepackage{soulutf8} \usepackage{kerkis} ...

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The command \Newassociation receives three arguments that must be letter only: After that, there should be several declarations of the form \Newassociation{xxx}{yyy}{zzz} where xxx is an environment in the document, and yyy is an environment which will surround the contents of xxx when it is written to symbolic file handle zzz. The names xxx, yyy ...

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If this happens in the bibliography, try specifying the language explicitly to bibtextu: bibtextu -l ru my_paper_with_russian_bibliography This fixed it for me.

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You can use --no-fonts option to dvisvgm then it looks OK although all the text is SVG paths rather than real text.

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I am not sure what your problem is. But I think if you just want a quick and dirty solution, you can just put a {} between f and i, i.e., f{}irst.

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Testing with Firefox 38.0.5 gives indeed a strange result, a test file with different ligatures and characters with smaller codes: \documentclass[preview]{standalone} \begin{document} first flavored coffee --- in the office \end{document} The generated SVG file contains the odd characters: <?xml version='1.0'?> <!-- This file was generated by ...

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