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Re: ouml was referenced but not declared

From: Dave Pawson <dpawson@gotadsl.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 20 Apr 2005 18:04:55 +0100
To: Lester Ward <lward@rentec.com>
Cc: www-xsl-fo@w3.org
Message-Id: <1114016695.5088.23.camel@marge>

On Wed, 2005-04-20 at 10:09 -0400, Lester Ward wrote:
> David Carlisle wrote:
> > or simpler yet, just type the character directly.
> > The original poster was using a .de address so may well have a German
> > keyboard in which case it probably has a key with this character on it
> > hitting that key is probably the simplest way to get an o umlaut:-)
> On the Mac, just type option-u, followed by one of the following: o, u, y, O, U, Y. This 
> will give you the appropriate umlauted letter. Similarly, option-e, followed by e, i, etc. 
> gives accented characters.
> In Win32, you need to use ridiculous alt-numpad combinations that you will never remember. 
> Instead, load the Character Map utility (buried in your Start Menu some place). It has a 
> copy button.

Does that give the correctly encoded value, or provide a glyph that
looks like the desired character, or both?

regards DaveP.
Received on Wednesday, 20 April 2005 17:46:06 UTC

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