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Re: address@hidden: Failure to show "German Umlaute"]


From: Reiner Steib
Subject: Re: address@hidden: Failure to show "German Umlaute"]
Date: Sat, 17 Nov 2007 17:24:16 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.50 (gnu/linux)

On Sat, Nov 17 2007, Jason Rumney wrote:

> It's not clear to me what the bug is. The umlauts are clearly visible in
> both screenshots. Is the user complaining about the fact that some
> characters get clipped 

Yes.  E.g. in <http://www.hobbyecke-pc.de/images/screensh2.png> the
text says:

,----
|   wä wö mä mö
| 
| In the letters "w" and "m", the right column of pixels is not
| displayed.
| 
|   wa wo ma mo
`----

If the iso-characters "ä" and "ö" are replaced by their ASCII
"counterparts" ("a" and "o") the letters "w" and "m" are displayed
correctly.

> when Cleartype is enabled due to Windows supplying incorrect metrics
> for the font? If so, this is documented in etc/PROBLEMS.

Joachim, does turning of "ClearType" solve the problem?

,----[ etc/PROBLEMS: Known problems with the MS-Windows port of Emacs 22.1 ]
| When "ClearType" method is selected as the "method to smooth edges of
| screen fonts" (in Display Properties, Appearance tab, under
| "Effects"), there are various problems related to display of
| characters: 2-pixel trace is left behind when moving overlays, bold
| fonts can be hard to read, small portions of some characters could
| appear chopped, etc.  This happens because, under ClearType,
| characters are drawn outside their advertised bounding box.  Emacs 21
| disabled the use of ClearType, whereas Emacs 22 allows it and has some
| code to enlarge the width of the bounding box.  Apparently, this
| display feature needs more changes to get it 100% right.  A workaround
| is to disable ClearType.
`----

Bye, Reiner.
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