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Re: Latin 2 problem

From: Valeriy E. Ushakov
Subject: Re: Latin 2 problem
Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 17:38:08 +0400
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On Mon, Sep 17, 2001 at 14:05:14 +0200, Michael Piotrowski wrote:

> > There seems to be one letter I can't get in my latin2 documents. I
> > think it's eth. The letter should look like a 'd' with a short
> > horizontal line through the top part of the vertical line. Right now
> > I'm getting a similar but not quite right symbol. I could put pictures
> > somewhere on the web if someone is interested. 
> I guess you're getting eth, but you really want dcroat (in some fonts
> it's called dbar); while the uppercase letters Eth and Dcroat look
> identical, the lowercase letters are quite different.  Lout's
> LtLatin2.LCM encoding contains eth instead of dcroat, so you first
> would have to change this.

Yes, the correct glyph names according to Adobe's glyph list are
Dcroat/dcroat - the LtLatin2.LCM should be fixed.

PS: Marko, have you submitted your Croatian data to Jeff?

SY, Uwe
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