[OS X TeX] macos portuguese

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Thu Jun 14 10:50:51 EDT 2012

Am 14.06.2012 um 16:11 schrieb Rosangela Cintra:

> I did not have IsoLatin in options, but I tried ISO-8859-1 and the editor
> get the symbols.

ISO Latin-1 and ISO 8859-1 (Western European Glyphs) are synonyms. And also

	ISO Latin-2  = ISO 8859-2  (Central and Eastern European)
	ISO Latin-3  = ISO 8859-3  (Southern European, Maltese and Esperanto Glyphs)
	ISO Latin-4  = ISO 8859-4  (Northern European Glyphs)
	ISO Latin-5  = ISO 8859-9  (Turkish Glyphs) 
	ISO Latin-6  = ISO 8859-10 (New Nordic Glyphs: Saami, Inuit, Icelandic)
	ISO Latin-7  = ISO 8859-13 (Baltic Glyphs)
	ISO Latin-8  = ISO 8859-14 (Celtic Glyphs)
	ISO Latin-0  = ISO 8859-15 (Western European Glyphs with €)
	ISO Latin-9  = ISO 8859-15 (Western European Glyphs with €)
	ISO Latin-10 = ISO 8859-16 (South-Eastern European Glyphs, Romanian)

ISO 8859-15 might be a better choice with its € support.



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