[NTG-context] lot of newbie questions

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Fri Dec 2 17:34:09 CET 2005


toto at tots-ns.net wrote:

> Quoting "Thomas A. Schmitz" <thomas.schmitz at uni-bonn.de>:
>
>> On Dec 2, 2005, at 8:30 AM, toto at tots-ns.net wrote:
>>
>>> -> How could I do french guillemets (<< and >>)? Is it possible?
>>
>>
>> Which inputregime are you using? With \enableregime[utf], you can  
>> input them directly, or try \leftguillemot and \rightguillemot (yes,  
>> the names are moronic, but that's Adobe's fault)
>
>
> For information: I've tried to type them directly on my keybord. They 
> apear on my screen but the final pdf document output black rectangles. 
> (I'm sure that all what I use is configured to use and produce utf8)
> But the workaround with \leftguillemot and \rightguillemot is fine for 
> me.

hm, this normally means that there is no correspondence between the utf 
vector's slot and a glyph ... meybe we need a fix?

Hans


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