Some symbols are not available when using pdflatex
I have been trying to output some vietnamese text but I have an error saying
Package inputenc Error: Unicode char \u8: not set up for use with LaTeX.
This turned out to be a space that is not supported. If I remove the space and put my own space then it would be ok. Since I am using the cvssimple package to generate my files, I would like to either fix it or automate the process.
I have tried several things: using utf8x package, using textcomp package. But I have the same problem.
Do you have any suggestion?
It is very hard to help you without a minimal file showing your problem...
I am sorry. Attached is the simple pdf file I used to test the program.
It looks like the byte "A0" and "CC" may be the problem. I can probably remove them from the file but I would like to know the real problem and a good way to fix it.
unicode_input.txt (65 Bytes)
Can you also send the source LaTeX file so that we can reproduce the problem easily?
I trimmed the .tex file to get a minimal case
I think the problem is that my configuration does not support Unicode Composite. It does support Unicode correctly.
If I use a converter to convert the input file from Unicode Composite (which is a legacy unicode???) to Unicode then it would work. One such converter can be found on sourceforge.
If we can find a way to support this, I would be very happy but at least there is one workaround for this problem.
Thanks. It seems that
xelatex can handle this kind of encoding properly. Try to replace
pdflatexas the LaTeX engine (when compiling separately, and/or in Edit/Preferences/Project/External commands/LaTeX engine).