Reply to topic

parley and upperscore/macron

scheinz
Registered Member
Posts
1
Karma
0
OS

parley and upperscore/macron

Mon Dec 20, 2010 12:22 pm
Hi,
I am preparing a some lectures in parley to memorise chinese pronounciation.
i.e. mà má .... etc.

but how do I do a upperscore/macron over a letter?

There are quite a few threads regarding that for ms word.
but how do i manage this in parley.

Greetings jhinz
john_hudson
Registered Member
Posts
549
Karma
2
OS

Re: parley and upperscore/macron

Tue Dec 21, 2010 7:58 pm
If you mean these characters à ã Ñ ñ Õ õ, they are in the Latin-1 Supplement sequence of Unicode between 00C3 and 00D1 and should be accessible with any font includes this range of characters.


John Hudson, proud to be a member of KDE forums since 2008-Oct.
f1r3br4nd
Registered Member
Posts
16
Karma
0

Re: parley and upperscore/macron

Thu Apr 07, 2011 1:17 pm
Yes, but how does he type them in from the keyboard? Apparently in Gnome it's shift-ctrl-u + 0000 where 0000 is replaced with your desired keycode. I've been searching for an hour now for how to do this in KDE because I refuse to believe that such a retarded problem would be allowed to go unsolved for so long by the KDE devs. There has got to be a way to do it, and it's probably so obvious to everyone but me and maybe the parent poster that nobody even bothers posting about it...

 
Reply to topic

Bookmarks



Who is online

Registered users: Baidu [Spider], Bing [Bot], BobF, Google [Bot], MSN [Bot], Zeikcied