# [texworks] Override xunicode for one char?

David Perry hospes.primus at verizon.net
Sun Dec 13 17:57:10 CET 2009

```Thanks Jonathan -- that sounds perfect -- I didn't know it could be
switched off for one char.

David

Jonathan Kew wrote:
> On 13 Dec 2009, at 00:13, David Perry wrote:
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>> 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.
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>> 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.
>
> This sounds like the effect of [Mapping=tex-text] specified in your font setup. You'll need to select a font that's loaded without this mapping; or perhaps you can do something like {\addfontfeature{Mapping=none}\char"60} to temporarily switch it off.
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> JK
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