Umlaut

Marc Siskin msiskin at andrew.cmu.edu
Wed Feb 28 07:05:36 EST 2007


What will the Umlaut N represent?  I am trying to find references to  
that character and so far (I haven't looked within IPA) I haven't  
seen it.  What language Is the character supposed to be used in?

Thanks,

Marc Siskin
Manager, Modern Language Resource Center
Carnegie Mellon University
msiskin at andrew.cmu.edu


On Feb 28, 2007, at 5:03 AM, Signe Marie Sanne wrote:

> Hello
> Perhaps someone of you may find a better solution to a small  
> problem. I need to have the letter n with umlaut (tréma) in a text  
> fld set to an ordinary textfont (verdana). So far I have used the  
> imagesource, but I would like to know if there is a font (among  
> those always present on both Mac and Windows) which will accomplish  
> the same.
>
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