[NTG-context] updating ConTeXt to latest on openbsd-current Q #3

frantisek holop minusf at obiit.org
Tue Mar 7 11:16:24 CET 2006


hmm, on Tue, Mar 07, 2006 at 11:12:18AM +0100, Mojca Miklavec said that
> On 3/6/06, frantisek holop wrote:
> > ok, the only problem i see at first glance is \"{o}
> > (long hungarian umlaut) is with a wave and not the proper umlaut.
> >
> > could this be a problem with context's encodings?
> > i presume the lm fonts contain the right character...
> > it is certainly not that special :)
> 
> Which one do you have in mind? \ohungarumlaut (ő) or \odiaeresis (ö)?
> They both seem to work here, although you might have forgotten the
> magic keyword \enableregime[utf] (or whatever encoding you might want
> to use - if your favourite is not available, ask for it).

\ohungarumlaut is the one.

i don't specify any encodings, and i use vanilla latin2
(il2 in context if i am not mistaken).

should i use \enableregime[il2] ?

-f
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