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more Scandinavian

From: David Bobroff
Subject: more Scandinavian
Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 15:35:03 +0000

When I saw the "Scandinavian characters" subject line I thought I would
hear of a solution for my problem.  It didn't.  So I tried a search on for "t1" and found this:  

If you use lilypond-book or your own wrapper files, don't use
\usepackage[[T1]{fontenc} in the file header but don't forget
\usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} if you use any other non-anglosaxian

Now does that mean that I must use lilypond-book for my score and put,


in the preamble?  The character I need to use is not simply an accented
vowel but is the Icelandic eth (ð), or \char240.  Is there not a switch in
Lilypond for using the latin1 charset or is it done only with LaTeX via


David Bobroff

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