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In Unicode, a combining mark is associated with the character that precedes it, so you should use $x⃗$(the content between dollar signs is letter x followed by U+20D7 COMBINING RIGHT ARROW ABOVE). And you should declare a mathematical font that contains the character. But it still won’t work, presumably due to limitations in unicode-math, in fonts, or in ...


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Actually DeclareMathAlphabet works fine, the problem is that the latin alphabet has been given mathcodes pointing at the math alphabet range in Unicode plane 1 (1Dxxx block) but the fonts are expecting the ASCII range. unicode-math implements math alphabets by switching mathcodes (rather than changing the math fam) so the simplest thing to do is use ...



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