>>>> "Stephen" == Stephen J Turnbull
> - all Greek symbols are VERY small, I almost need a microscope.
My guess is that your Greek font is wild-carded for size in a
font specification. I assume you're on an X-based platform, use (from
the command line, including an XEmacs shell buffer or M-x shell)
You are right.
Then insert the Greek font as indicated above and do
(set-face-font 'default LIST) C-j
That worked nicely, thanks,
I have now written the following quick and dirty functions:
(defun my-texutf8-set-greek ()
(defun my-texutf8-set-courier ()
(set-face-font 'default "-*-courier-bold-r-*-*-18-180-*-*-*-*-*-*"))
(defun my-toggle-texutf8-font ()
And that is fine for me.
> - not all symbols are displayed correctly, ∫ works but
> ? (\Cap ) Not.
Find out what character is actually being displayed. Put hte cursor
on that character and type C-x =. If you get
Char: ? (077, 63, 3f) point=2016 of 2135(94%) column 10
you're out of luck: XEmacs doesn't even know about that
that unfortunately seems to be the case :(
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