I'm creating an article on Ancient Greek pronunciation with IPA transcription in TeXworks. Ancient Greek distinguishes voiceless unaspirated, aspirated, and voiced stops, and I would like to transcribe the voiceless unaspirated stops uniquely using the IPA modifier letter ˭ (U+02ED: http://unicodelookup.com/#˭): for instance, [t˭] for a voiceless unaspirated dental stop contrasting with the aspirated and voiced stops [tʰ] and [d].
I'm using the packages
inputenc to allow the use of UTF8 characters and
tipa to input IPA symbols, but
tipa does not include documentation for the character and has no command to insert it. When I enter the character straight into the text, I get this response in the log:
! Package inputenc Error: Unicode char \u8:˭ not set up for use with LaTeX.
Is there another way to insert this character? I'm not that knowledgable about LaTeX and the encoding of characters, so my apologies if my question is badly phrased or there's an obvious solution. (I think
tipa needs to be updated to include this character, though this is not the place to suggest that.)