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Robin Fairbairns <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 20 Aug 2000 17:18:16 +0100
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> I am just wandering if in the next version of latex a new command
> (something in the stille of \c or \k) will be created to support the
> Romanian letters S and also T with a comma bellow. Those letters
> are not supported at this moment but they are in the proposal of
> iso-8859-16 (iso-8859-2 provide ones with a cedilla instead).
> The usenet group comp.text.tex did not give me any help to solve
> the problem.

i asked on c.t.t (and i don't yet know whether you've answered -- i
didn't read news at all last week) what the style of the under-
diacritic is.

if it really _is_ a comma, it's easy to hack up a command using
existing glyphs.  i did go so far as to examine the t2 basic glyph
container, and i find that it doesn't contain the cyrillic `low tick'
(i don't know what it's really called) as a separate glyph.

another place you might look at is the fonts that come with omega:
the character range you mention is in the range those fonts definitely
cover, but i don't have copies to hand to check.