According to kevin lyda:
> so, printing the euro from a text file. bummer. ls /usr/lib/mpage yields
> iso8859.1, but no iso8859.15. a search on google "mpage euro currency"
> has hits, but the useful ones are in german i think. any suggestions?
Well, I'd say first try changing /currency to /euro on the off chance
that there's a sane postscript definition for the Euro. If that doesn't work
you're going to need a bigger hammer, I guess.
Waider. You'd do this changing in an iso8859.15 file, of course.
waider at dspsrv.com / Chances are I'm not at home right now.
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