[texworks] TeXworks & XeTeX : Pinyin u-with-third-tone

Felix Wieczorek felix at wieczorek-systems.de
Tue Jan 3 16:49:43 CET 2012

Dear Philip,

--- Philip TAYLOR <P.Taylor at rhul.ac.uk> wrote at Tue, 03 Jan 2012  
15:29:24 +0000: ---

> [...]
> When typesetting this year's Christmas newsletter, I ran into
> real problems with the names of one of my friends, who in
> Pinyin requires a third-tone u ("ǔ"); neither in TeXworks
> nor in the final typeset document could I get this to appear.
> In TeXworks, it appeared as a heavy solidus; in the typeset
> document, as a blank space. Is this a really rare character
> in font terms, and if not, which fonts would you recommend
> for (a) TeXworks, and (b) the final typeset document ?  In
> the end, I had to substitute "ŭ", which is superficially
> similar and easily understood by any reader of Pinyin, but
> is not really the right character for the job.
> Philip Taylor




ǔ works for me


in TexWorks with Font "LM Mono 10" is working here (running Windows),  
however as an Editor Font not really

Felix Wieczorek

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