danishkirel at googlemail.com
Sun Jul 19 01:25:44 CEST 2009
Would have helped if the sample was still attached. I don't know LaTeX
well. I only know how to build web applications...
So how does a hooked-e look? I may remember by sight if it is in list
of supported symbols as I have seen quite a lot of crazy symbols
On Sun, Jul 19, 2009 at 1:10 AM, Tom Schneider<toms at ncifcrf.gov> wrote:
>> Dear good people of Texhax,
>> I was referred to you by Uwe Lueck who suggested that you might be able
>> to answer the following random question:
>> Do you have any idea how to typeset a hooked-e in LaTeX (I attach a
>> I can do this with font encoding T4, but this encoding causes all sorts of
>> unforeseen problems. I was wondering if you know of a simpler way to do this.
>> Dr Roy Flechner
>> Trinity College
>> Cambridge CB2 1TQ
> I tried it at
> Detexify2 - LaTeX symbol classifier
> but it mostly gave me thetas or other symbols.
> I've sent a note to the person who runs that page.
> Dr. Thomas D. Schneider
> National Institutes of Health
> schneidt at mail.nih.gov
> toms at alum.mit.edu (permanent)
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