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Re: Guillemets and Slovenian

From: Matej Nanut
Subject: Re: Guillemets and Slovenian
Date: Fri, 6 Jul 2012 02:51:33 +0200

Yes "..." does seemingly work, but I didn't know it's the real thing
(since in LaTeX you have to use a variant of \dots). I'm not familiar
enough with Lout yet and failed to notice that it is actually defined
as something else.

The suggestion to edit the .LCM file entry worked perfectly!

Thanks for your answer!

On 5 July 2012 03:45, Valeriy E. Ushakov <address@hidden> wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 05, 2012 at 02:51:13 +0200, Matej Nanut wrote:
>> However I have hit an issue: if I set @InitialFont to SchoolbookCE (or
>> <anything>CE), I can't use ┬ęChar guillemotright (or left) due to it
>> being unknown in the font.
> As Expert's Guide says
> | However @Char will fail if the character named is not in the
> | encoding vector of the current font.
> and latin2 map omits guillemot(left|right).  Just add them somewhere
> in control zones of maps/LtLatin2.LCM, e.g. 001 and 002.
>> On a side note, what is the preferred way to write an ellipsis (...)
>> in Lout?
> Doesn't ... work?  include/bsf defines it as @Char ellipsis
> -uwe

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