[texhax] Found one more character I need...

Susan K. Pinter pinter at unm.edu
Thu Oct 4 04:01:56 CEST 2007

I used the following that was suggested by Alex Retif (\k{a} \k{e} \l  with 
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc} in the preamble) and it works great.  I was also 
able to use the suggestions provided by Stanislaw (\char"A6 or \char"AA) 
for a few of the fonts I needed and they work as well.

Not sure what you mean by "Jacko's fonts with proper encoding".  I'm a 
"simple" TeX user compared to what you fellows have been discussing.  :-)

--On Wednesday, October 03, 2007 10:01 PM +0200 Reinhard Kotucha 
<reinhard.kotucha at web.de> wrote:

> Stanislaw Romanski writes:
>  > I have to stress, the polish-specific characters are NOT the
>  > accented Latin characters; these ARE different characters (nothing
>  > to do with accents) - even if some of them look like accented.  And
>  > polish typographs usually get furious (do you remember Jacko?) when
>  > someone tries to typeset polish texts using combinations of latin
>  > characters with accents, slashes and something instead of "ogonek"
>  > (whatsit below 'a' or 'e').
>  >
>  > Regarding to my TeX example, the idea was to provide a PDF file
>  > with all the "polish" characters and to show the source that does
>  > not use any backslashed constructs (to encourage using polish
>  > LaTeX); of course it can not be compiled successfully without
>  > "%!tex --translate-file=cp1250pl ".
> Did you consider to use Jacko's fonts with a proper encoding?  Or do
> you _have_ to use something else?
> Regards,
>   Reinhard
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