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Is there anything I can do (like a font (or whatever) I can install) in order for these symbols to display properly?

o͘ O͘ ⁿ

á é í ó ó͘ ú ḿ ń Á É Í Ó Ó͘ Ú Ḿ Ń

à è ì ò ò͘ ù m̀ ǹ À È Ì Ò Ò͘ Ù M̀ Ǹ

â ê î ô ô͘ û m̂ n̂ Â Ê Î Ô Ô͘ Û M̂ N̂

ā ē ī ō ō͘ ū m̄ n̄ Ā Ē Ī Ō Ō͘ Ū M̄ N̄

a̍ e̍ i̍ o̍ o̍͘ u̍ m̍ n̍ A̍ E̍ I̍ O̍ O̍͘ U̍ M̍ N̍

ă ĕ ĭ ŏ ŏ͘ ŭ m̆ n̆ Ă Ĕ Ĭ Ŏ Ŏ͘ Ŭ M̆ N̆
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  • General tip: adding \tracinglostchars=2 near the top of your document will warn you when you try to use a character that your font does not contain. – Davislor Dec 3 '20 at 0:50
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There are probably several fonts that have all of these characters, on Windows at least you can use Arial for example:

This is generated with xelatex

enter image description here

\documentclass{article}
\tracinglostchars2
\usepackage{fontspec}
\setmainfont{Arial}
\begin{document}

o͘ O͘ ⁿ

á é í ó ó͘ ú ḿ ń Á É Í Ó Ó͘ Ú Ḿ Ń

à è ì ò ò͘ ù m̀ ǹ À È Ì Ò Ò͘ Ù M̀ Ǹ

â ê î ô ô͘ û m̂ n̂ Â Ê Î Ô Ô͘ Û M̂ N̂

ā ē ī ō ō͘ ū m̄ n̄ Ā Ē Ī Ō Ō͘ Ū M̄ N̄

a̍ e̍ i̍ o̍ o̍͘ u̍ m̍ n̍ A̍ E̍ I̍ O̍ O̍͘ U̍ M̍ N̍

ă ĕ ĭ ŏ ŏ͘ ŭ m̆ n̆ Ă Ĕ Ĭ Ŏ Ŏ͘ Ŭ M̆ N̆
\end{document}

Or with Linix Libertine (which is in Tex live)

enter image description here

with the following change

%\setmainfont{Arial}
\setmainfont{LinLibertine_R.otf}
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  • Don’t use Linux Libertine anymore, though, use Libertinus instead. – Crissov Dec 2 '20 at 22:26
  • What can be wrong if when I'm trying to follow (for example) "pe̍h" with ")", I get "pe̍)h" instead of "pe̍h)"? – user181940 Dec 7 '20 at 22:51
  • @user181940 you have not posted any code that anyone can debug. Impossible to guess – David Carlisle Dec 7 '20 at 22:52
  • Let me back up a little. I just copy-pasted your (first) code to Overleaf and compiled it (using xelatex) and that's what I got: i.stack.imgur.com/crCyv.png ... As for what I described in the previous comment, it was happening with the same preable as in your code and the text "pe̍h" between \begin{document} and \end{document}. – user181940 Dec 7 '20 at 23:01
  • @user181940 Arial is a windows font it will not be available on overleaf you must have got errors in the log? – David Carlisle Dec 7 '20 at 23:13
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For example font LinuxLibertine supports all theese characters. You need nothing install, LinuxLibertine is part of TeXlive or Linux operation system.

Following example uses OpTeX:

\fontfam[libertine]

o͘ O͘ ⁿ

á é í ó ó ú ḿ ń Á É Í Ó Ó͘ Ú Ḿ Ń

à è ì ò ò ù m̀ ǹ À È Ì Ò Ò Ù M̀ Ǹ

â ê î ô ô û m̂ n̂ Â Ê Î Ô Ô Û M̂ N̂

ā ē ī ō ō ū m̄ n̄ Ā Ē Ī Ō Ō Ū M̄ N̄

a̍ e̍ i̍ o̍ o u̍ m̍ n̍ A̍ E̍ I̍ O̍ O U̍ M̍ N̍

ă ĕ ĭ ŏ ŏ ŭ m̆ n̆ Ă Ĕ Ĭ Ŏ Ŏ Ŭ M̆ N̆

\end
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    ah +1 hope you don't mind if I give a latex example with this font (didn't like just giving a windows example) – David Carlisle Dec 2 '20 at 20:47

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