Questions tagged [scandinavian-letters]

Using letters unique in the Scandinavian languages, like æ, ø, å

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\’e to represent é causing error (utf8x and undefined control sequence error)

I am writing and using \'e to represent é as in Lévy. This method is giving me a few error messages (including the utf8x Error) using overleaf as I have shown below. Is there perhaps a package that ...
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How to write Swedish letters in code listing (lstlisting) in Latext?

I am writing R codes in lstlisting: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{listings} \usepackage[swedish,english]{babel} \usepackage{xcolor} \usepackage{color} \definecolor{ForestGreen}{rgb}{0.0, 0.5, 0....
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listings and danish special chars does not work together

In the small document listed below, I try to include some danish special chars in a lstlisting environment, but that does not work. However it works fine in the verbatim environment. I use the ...
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Problems with Å Ø Æ in equations

I am from Denmark, and I am using a lot of Å Æ Ø in my equations. It gives me a lot of errors, which i would like to get rid of. Is there an easy way to do it? Also, I am using ; to make space in ...
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Ipe - vektor drawing - i cannot write æ,ø,å, - danish symbols - need help with preamble

in Ipe (The Ipe extensible drawing editor) i am not able to write å or (æø). i am aware there is a preamble settup in EDIT-> Document properties. the problem is i set the preamble up to danish, as ...
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Scandinavian letters in Biblatex URL

Hello. I am trying to cite a webpage that uses the letter "ø", but my bibliography does not display the "ø" in the URL, making it look like it's not correct. I have searched for this problem for some ...
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Bibliography order: How to get Danish letters æ, ø, å last

The Danish alphabet ends like x, y, z, æ, ø, å, but in my biblatex bibliography, e.g. ø is treated like o, i.e. a name like Østergaard is listed between Nilsen ans Petersen. Is there a way to fix ...
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How to use Scandinavian characters in LaTeX math mode?

Here's a MWE/MNWE: \documentclass[10pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{icomma} \...
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Sort "aa" as an "å" using biber

Currently I'm writing a project in Danish. Almost everything in LaTeX works as intended so far. However, in the Danish language "aa" is alphabetically the same as an "å", and should therefore be ...
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Aa to Å at reference list

How do I sort the reference list alphabetic so Aa is at the bottom of the list? I use bibtex to sort references. Okay, this is how it looks: \input{preamble} \begin{document} ........ \...
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Multi-substring replace

I'm attempting to automate Werner's answer to my question here. In short, in order to sort the Norwegian letters Æ Ø Å (they come at the end of the regular Latin alphabet) correctly dtlsort needs ...
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How can I use \dtlsort with different alphabets?

Relevant to my other question regarding Norwegian, I need to sort a number of items alphabetically. I use this code to collect a list of items defined by \vocab into a database called vocabsort. \...
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Index with æ ø and å

I Have createt a minimal example of my document. I want to create a Index, but the letters Æ, Ø and Å it considered as symbols instead of letters as shown: \documentclass[10pt,a4paper]{report} \...
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Norwegian letters in bibliography and article text

I'm trying to write an article in English with some Norwegian names in it, both in the article itself as well as in the bibliography (bibtex). Strangely, I don't get the display of the Norwegian ...
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Danish letters in lmodern and cm-super

Generally, the lmodern fonts look a tad nicer than cm-super. For the special Danish characters, å (lower-case) and Å (upper-case), however, lmodern does not look that well. Here are two images with ...
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Wrong alphabetic order for Norwegian bibliography with biblatex

In Norwegian, aa is an (obsolete) alternative spelling of å, but it is still very commonly used in names. In bibliographies, it should as a result be alphabetized as if it said å (cf. Wikipedia). In ...
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Capital Ø (Scandinavian letter) in Bibtex

I know that I can preserve capital letters in Bibtex with curly braces, and that I can type Scandinavian letters like æøå as \ae{} \o{} \aa{}. But what do I do to force the capital letters ÆØÅ? ...
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