From: Tomas Frydrych (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Apr 19 2002 - 05:04:05 EDT
sorry I have not been able to deal with your earlier emails, I was
away for a while.
> Please, if there is a man or wooman who use to type and print
> documents in AbiWord using ISO-8859-2 char enc. (type1 or ttf fonts)
> and is satisfied with results, --- give me a hint!
> I realy bag you to advise what to do. I'm now able to force abiword to
> use these fonts, I can type and see my native polish characters on the
> screen, but on prints I can only see a circles or crosses instead of
> diacritics characters.
Type 1 fonts: many of the commonly available free iso-8859-2 fonts
are unfortunately broken. They were created by modifying the
glyphs of iso-8859-1 fonts, but whoever done this failed to rename
the glyphs to their correct PostScript names -- basically the font
remains an iso-8859-1 font. This means that when AW looks for
the Polish glyphs in the font, it does not find them. As a
workaround you can create a custom u2g file for such fonts which
associates the glyph names the font actually uses (which you will
find in the font's afm file) with the required Unicode values; the u2g
file needs to have same name as the font (times.pfa -> times.u2g),
for format of the file see adobe-full.u2g that comes with the AW
TTF fonts: you need to run the ttfadmin.sh script specifying the
correct encoding, in this case ISO-8859-2, this will create the
required files automatically.
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