I wrote: > Paul Garlick <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: >>> I have just upgraded teTeX to version 1.0.7 on my SGI IRIX machine >>> (running IRIX 6.5.13) and all is not well. When I run LaTeX and xdvi on a >>> file I produce output that contains odd characters interspersed with the >>> text. Capital Greek letters are substituted for the intended letters >>> (capital Pi for 'nt', capital Sigma for 'P' etc.). I have run allcm and >>> allneeded but this has not had any effect.
Just for completeness, here's Paul's answer to my email: > Problem solved. It turned out to be an issue with the compiler used for the > Feb 2002 version of the SGI freeware teTeX. I have upgraded to the latest > version and the odd characters are no longer present. I don't quite understand how the compiler could affect the character display, but there you go ... -- Stefan Ulrich