[texhax] Accessing unusual Latin Modern glyphs in plain TeX

Reinhard Kotucha reinhard.kotucha at web.de
Tue Apr 21 21:49:08 CEST 2009

On 21 April 2009 D. R. Evans wrote:

 > Is there are relatively simple way to access some of the more unusual
 > glyphs that are present in the Latin Modern fonts, but which don't seem to
 > appear in the standard encodings?
 > For example (just to pick one more or less at random) LM includes glyphs
 > for Abrevehookabove, U+1EB2, which I believe does not occur in any of the
 > standard encodings. How would I go about getting that character to print
 > using plain TeX (actually, pdfTeX)?

Hi Doc,
U+1EB2 is not unusual.  About 85 million people are using it several
times per day.  :) 

If you want to typeset Vietnamese, use T5 encoding.


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