Mojca Miklavec wrote:

\Dstroke has some "problems" anyway, at least in cmr (lmr?). The
stroke should be on the left, but it is on the right. I thought it was
just because \tt don't have that glyph, but also the roman version is
rendered extremely bad.
in case of doubt, you can discuss this with Boguslaw Jackowski (jacko) who is in charge of latin modern; it shoul dbe ok in latin roman

So what is the proper way of writing 'รค' (a umlaut) then?
in german mode, "u will produce it (tricky since ther eis no hyphenation then)

latin modern did have them and there is a special encoding vector in the context distribution (awaiting for those umlaust to show up again)


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