[Aleph] Quotation marks disappear

klists at saphor.de klists at saphor.de
Sun Nov 7 11:12:55 CET 2004

On Sun, 20-11-07, 2004 at 01:48:25AM +0100, Giuseppe Bilotta wrote:
> Saturday, November 6, 2004 klists at saphor.de wrote:
> >> Are you sure this is not an encoding problem? The font used is
> >> OT1, but I think the Omega fonts are T1-encoded?
> > I really don't know ;-(
> > I thought that selecting the Omega fonts in \rmdefault would also
> > enable corresponding definitions of macros such as \textquotedblleft,
> > but I may be utterly mistaken. 
> No way. You must select the appropriate encoding with
> \usepackage[encoding]{fontenc}
> *before* selecting \rmdefault etc. I don't know what encoding
> are the Omega fonts in, though. Try T1 for starters.

Thanks! Seems it is OT1. Selecting that makes it more or less happy at
least. Selecting T1 causes it to not find anything.

The problem with the quotations marks remains, unfortunately.

Best regards,


P. S.: In a separate mail another possible bug, perhaps the same one
as the dollar thing.

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