# [texworks] Override xunicode for one char?

David Perry hospes.primus at verizon.net
Sun Dec 13 02:58:21 CET 2009

```First, an apology; I meant to send this to the XeTeX list, not the
TeXworks list.  Too many lists with an X . . .

In TeXworks, Format / Smart Quotes is set to "none," so I don't think
that's it.  Plus I need the smart quotes for the rest of the
document--it's only this one spot where they should be turned off.

David

Bruno Voisin wrote:
> Le 13 déc. 2009 à 01:13, David Perry a écrit :
>
>> I need to print U+0060, the spacing grave accent ("the grave accent ` derives from . . . ").  I enter the character and it turns into a single left curly quote, which I think is done by xunicode.
>>
>> Is there a way to override this for one character?  I have tried verbatim and \char"0060, both to no effect--the curly quote still appears.
>
> Isn't it some pref setting, like Preferences > Editor > Smart Quotes?
>
> Bruno Voisin
>

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