[XeTeX] Re: Input encodings, etc.

Jonathan Kew jonathan_kew at sil.org
Sat Nov 19 03:00:56 CET 2005

On 18 Nov 2005, at 9:25 am, mike leonard wrote:

> Just a question about this last point; how do people actually enter
> most of the non-ascii characters directly into their source? I'm all
> for being able to type a literal alpha in my math sources to get a
> math alpha, but unless the text editor "auto-completes" this for me,
> along the lines of how iTeXMac 2 does (although only for viewing), I
> don't see how this is actually convenient to use...
> (Will we, in the future, have multiple keyboard on our desks that
> contain different subsets of unicode?)
> I've found Jonathan's Ukelele tool (http://scripts.sil.org/cms/ 
> scripts/page.php?site_id=nrsi&item_id=ukelele) to be very useful.  
> You can remap your keyboard to your heart's content.

Glad you've found it useful, but to give credit where it's due.....  
Ukelele isn't "my" tool. The author is a colleague, John Brownie, who  
should receive all the credit for it. I just posted it on our web  
site for him.


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