[OS X TeX] macos portuguese

Rosangela Cintra rocintra at gmail.com
Thu Jun 14 10:15:44 EDT 2012

Hi Richard,

I am using USA-International keyborad. But I solved may problem with
Helbert Schulz's tip.

Thank you

Rosangela Cintra

On Thu, Jun 14, 2012 at 11:04 AM, Richard Koch <koch at math.uoregon.edu>wrote:

> Rosangela,
> Are you using the Portuguese keyboard? Did you activate
> Apple's System Preferences, go to the Language & Text Panel,
> go to Input Sources, and select a Portuguese keyboard?
> I ask because internally TeXShop uses Apple's Cocoa TextEdit
> framework. Thus if you get these symbols in other Mac programs,
> you should also get them in TeXShop.
> For example, if you switch to Arabic, then TeXShop will show Arabic,
> which will be entered from right to left. If you switch to Chinese, … Etc.
> Problems with TeX usually occur further down the chain. The next
> step is to make sure TeXShop is loading and saving in UTF-8. Select
> this in TeXShop preferences.
> Once this is done, TeXShop is not directly involved and the key
> issue is getting TeX to recognize these symbols.
> I leave that to others. Note that you can use XeTeX if all else fails,
> since it definitely understands UTF-8 and can use arbitrary Mac fonts.
> Dick Koch
> koch at math.oregon.edu
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