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Questions tagged [unicode]

{unicode} is for questions about Unicode (an international standard for character encoding) and its implementations. For questions about input encodings use {input-encodings}.

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Uralic phonetic alphabet or UPA – unusual diacritics

I am writing a linguistics MA thesis in LaTeX, and I will possibly need to use the Uralic Phonetic Alphabet, for example in glossing environments. What would be the best way to do this? I've seen ...
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Define spec symbol glyph's Unicode

Suppose I have: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} $1 \cdot{1}$ \end{document} I want to know the glyphs' Unicode for cdot special symbol. I followed such way. I've run latex command on my *...
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\DeclareUnicodeCharacter doesn't work for all characters

I am trying to incorporate some Unicode characters into my LaTeX files. All characters I added so far worked well, but when I use \DeclareUnicodeCharacter{211D}{{\mathbb R}} (211D is the Unicode ...
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How to find the proper glyph name required by \pdfglyphtounicode

I am creating a PDF using pdfTeX. Alas, the publisher's requirement is that all glyphs therein are mapped to one or more Unicode code points. I got this working for most, but not all glyphs: \input ...
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Command names with utf-8/special characters

Is it possible to define \newcommand{\√}[1]{\sqrt{#1}} as commands like this one would sometimes be easier to use.
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Unicode or control sequences?

What kind of troubles may occur if Unicode characters will be entered directly in the following situations (English, no math): Diacritics: for example, ö instead of \"{o}. Em, en dashes and minuses. ...
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How do I place a single character from unicode in a LaTeX document?

I want to place a character from several, non-Latin, languages. I guess I can do this using unicode, but how do I do that? Specificaly, I want to place the Hebrew Aleph and the digit currently used in ...
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Using hyph-utf8 with plain TeX

I want to use the UTF-8 hyphenation patterns (for Croatian) with plain TeX (pdftex). I've read the documentation on the hyph-utf8 package but I haven't found it very useful. There's mention of a \...
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LaTeX and Glyph Scaling for Justified Text

I am very new to LaTeX - and I am not sure if Latex has the capability to do what I want, so I thought I would ask here. I am working with publishing books in Khmer (the language of Cambodia) in ...
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Biber writes incorrect unicode encoding of \'\i

Biber seems to be writing some strange unicode characters when reading bib entries where the accented character í has been entered as \'\i. This causes compilation to break when using pdflatex (and ...
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Converting LaTeX commands in BibTeX title field to UTF-8?

I've been Googling and downloading different software for the last two days and I'm not getting very far. I was referred to this site and it looks like a great resource. Hopefully I can get the ...
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Properly sort index containing utf8 characters?

If my input file is utf8 encoded, how to I create an index where the entries are properly sorted? Minimal example \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{makeidx} \makeindex \...
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BibLaTeX: sorting alphabetically with non-latin characters (Ś)

Biblatex indexing works very well with latin names. But when an author has foreign name (Łukasiewicz) the Ł letter is changed to \IeC {\L} and makeindex is not able to sort it well. In Polish it ...
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How to get accented unicode characters that can be copy-pasted?

The aim is to generate the .pdf with accented characters (the .tex file has mixed macro and unicode input), in a way that the .pdf text can be copy-pasted. An example: \documentclass{article} \...
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Search and find an old style numeral in a pdf

I am compiling this tex file \documentclass{article} \usepackage{hfoldsty} \begin{document} 1 $1$ \end{document} with pdflatex and open the resulting pdf with evince. If I search the digit one (1), ...
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Replacement for CJK's \Unicode macro

I need a replacement for the \Unicode macro from CJK. It takes two decimal numbers as arguments and inserts #1*256 + #2 into the token stream (or something like that; it's a way to write Unicode ...
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high and low CJK codepoints in a single XeLaTeX document

I often require a combination of CJK characters with both low and high codepoints in the same line of text. (Here "low" means "in the Basic Multilingual Plane" or BMP, with codepoint lower than hex ...
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UTF-8 (BMP character set) support in listings.

I'm submitting a paper to a journal using LaTeX, and I need to be able to write Unicode symbols into listings. So far, I've been able to get by with the moreverb package. It's listing environment is ...
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pdflatex.exe failed to compile an input file with BOM (Byte Order Mark) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: LaTeX baffled by BOM---Unicode's byte order mark. \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage{CJK} \usepackage{pinyin} \begin{document} \begin{CJK}{UTF8}{cyberbit}...
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How does one publish/promote a new package?

I just took all the wonderful information supplied here, and wrote a small package that makes it possible to use Unicode characters for section, subsection, subsubsection, paragraph, subparagraph and ...
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Invoking a macro with arguments in the body of \DeclareUnicodeCharacter.

I would like to define the Unicode section character, U+00A7 to be equivalent to the \section macro. What I have now is: \DeclareUnicodeCharacter{167}{\csname section\endcsname} but this does not ...
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Font Appears different [closed]

Hi I am using Sanskrit2003 font and it appears with additional circle in TeXWorks, just to verify I copied it to MS Word & open office and it appeared fine in word. I am attaching an image to ...
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How to Use Unicode Font with \polter command

\documentclass{article} \usepackage{holtpolt} \begin{document} $\polter{abc}{def}$ \end{document} Hi, I have a need to produce something thats shown in the above example however I want to use ...
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How to input foreign unicode characters into XeLaTeX?

Friends, I am working on a XeLaTeX document. I am almost done with my document, but I need to input text from a foreign language. I am running Mac OS X. I go to Preferences > Language & Text and ...
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XeLaTeX, WinEdt 6.0 and UTF-8

I'm using WinEdt 6.0 and need to write German umlaute. Using XeLaTeX, i need to save the tex-file in utf-8 to have native support for this - does anyone know how to tweak WinEdt so that it saves in ...
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LaTeX: UTF8 and algorithm2e clash

I have this input file in utf8 encoding: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{algorithm2e} \begin{document} \begin{procedure} foo \caption{ö()} \end{procedure} \end{...
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How do I convert a character to a numeric value?

Now that I've gotten Will Robertson's excellent unicode-math package working to change the colour and style of letters in my mathematics (trust me, there is a reason) thanks to his answer to my ...