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        Frank Mittelbach <[log in to unmask]> writes:

> Bernard,
>
>  > Frank Mittelbach introducing "inpmath":
>  >  > \usepackage{inpmath}
>  >  > \DeclareMathMeaning{\"}{\ddot}
>  >
>  > pleased to see that project which was already implemented...
>  > at least in French Pro along with the "keyboard" package.
>  > Since i did that for the "mltex" option, i really appreciate
>  > to have it available without it too.
>
> glad to learn that; can you perhaps tell us how you resolved the
> problem of either killing ligatures and kerns or alternatively
> making the wrong choice at the begining of an \halign cell that
> afterwards (!) jumps into math mode?

One limited possibility would be
\mathcode`\="8000

If the letter then ended up being typeset in math mode instead of text
mode, it would get reevaluated.  Unfortunately, this particular trick
would require that input encoding and font encoding match...

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David Kastrup, Kriemhildstr. 15, 44793 Bochum

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