[pdftex] Vietnamese fails to print some particular phrase

Reinhard Kotucha reinhard.kotucha at web.de
Sun Dec 13 02:16:02 CET 2009

On 10 December 2009 Prabhu wrote:

 > > ..... Please note that some Unicode characters share the same glyph.  An
 > example is
 > > /Dcroat and /Eth (Đ)......
 > In this case, what I have to do, to tell the Unicode chars to take the
 > correct glyph? and What font files are mandatory for Vietnamese, so that
 > they contain necessary glyphs.

You have to use a halfways reasonable text editor which supports
Vietnamese.   Emacs is a good choice.

 > Does vnTex package contain necessary fonts(glyph)?

Yes, in principle.  It works unless you deliberately specify a font
which doesn't support Vietnamese.

Please consult 


... and the VnTeX manual.  


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