Re: [squeak-dev] How to input diacritics (like á, é, ó, ã...)

Ben Coman btc at
Wed Aug 12 00:32:20 UTC 2015

You can use
to check which fonts support the characters you need (although you
probably also determine this from whichever word processor you're
cheers -ben

On Wed, Aug 12, 2015 at 5:26 AM, Levente Uzonyi <leves at> wrote:
> You see question marks because the font you're using doesn't have the glyphs
> to display the accented characters.
> I don't know if there's an easy way to load a font with the missing
> characters into a 4.6 image, because FreeType's FontChooser is broken,
> probably due to the recent Morphic changes. You can use the following script
> to load FreeType, if you want to give it a try:
> Installer ss3
>     project: 'FreeTypePlus';
>     install: 'FreeTypeConstants';
>     install: 'FreeType';
>     install: 'FreeTypeSubPixelAntiAliasing';
>     install: 'FreeTypeTests'
> Levente
> On Tue, 11 Aug 2015, Casimiro - GMAIL wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I'm developing a little parser and need to enter characters of Portuguese
>> language like á, é, ã, õ, ê... but using the traditional method what
>> happens is that I get a?, e? so on and so forth. Platform Linux (utf-8).
>> Help appreciated.
>> Best regards,
>> CdAB
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