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Wed, 11 May 2005 10:47:15 +0200
Dear list members,
I have been using emacs for a few months but am still trying to find
out how to type greek letters (e.g.: a-ketoglutarate, the a should be
I looked at the online manuals, but I don't understand what is written
I checked the archives, but simple things like this are probably not
I bought "Learning GNU Emacs" from O'Reilly, but they only explain
obvious things that one could find out without the book.
I tried changing "Options" but I have no idea where to begin and
nothing I tried worked.
Could somebody explain in SIMPLE words what to do? There is a deadline
for handing in a TeX/ConTeXt document ...
I'm running GNU emacs version 21 on Mac OS X, international keyboard,
english language; and on GNU/Linux with a British keyboard.
I managed to get the accents (aigu, grave, umlauts etc.) by C-x C-m C-\
latin-1-prefix. The characters are displayed as empty boxes, but I can
live with that for the moment. (C-h h displays mostly empty boxes).
Thank you for your help, Jörg
- greek characters,
Jörg Hagmann <=