Subject: Re: Bug in printing?
From: Vlad Harchev (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Oct 13 2000 - 04:04:52 CDT
On Thu, 12 Oct 2000, Dom Lachowicz wrote:
Yes, this change in behaviour is due to megapatch, I'm sorry.
It's due to the changes in xap_UnixFont.cpp:getMetricsData() - I disabled
the use of 'FontMappingTable' (association between adobe glyph name and
unicode value), and since font shipped with AW don't have their glyphs
ordered as letters in ISO-8859-1, this problem arises (characters with value
> 252 are substituted with small circle, like u with dieresis).
I'm attaching a fix for this. This fix restores by-name mapping of characters
if current encoding is iso8859-1 or cp1252. I've tried this text document -
all characters printed fine.
> I have an ABW document with German umlauts (üäö) and the s-set(ß). When I
> print, I get is this character: "°"
> This didn't happen before the megapatch. Anyone have any ideas as to why
> this is happening or possible fixes?
> Thanks in advance,
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