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In LaTeX, writing a t-comma (not to be confused with a t-cedilla) can be written using \textcommabelow{t}. What is the correct way for entering a t-comma using ConTeXt? Unfortunately, the official manual only shows how to enter a cedilla (see page 82).

Thanks in advance for your help!

P.S. Using the t-comma with Unicode works, but I prefer using ASCII. It is only required at a single place in my document, so a one-time solution would be great!

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Try \Tcommaaccent and \tcommaaccent.

Try Tcommaaccent and tcommaaccent

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    ConTeXt has a \withcommabelow command for this but at the moment it places a cedilla under the character like \withcedilla. Commented May 18 at 21:55
  • Thank you very much, it works perfectly!
    – guemax
    Commented May 19 at 6:39
  • @WolfgangSchuster : I can talk to Hans about it. guemax: Glad it worked.
    – mickep
    Commented May 19 at 7:40

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