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Re: rtf | printing | hungarian

From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: Re: rtf | printing | hungarian
Date: Tue, 18 May 2004 20:02:50 +0200
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First: It would be great, if you could submit these problems to the bug tracking system on Savannah, so we don't forget to answer them.

reuss wrote:
1. rtf
I dont know that it is a bug, but the rtf created by Ink.app could not be
read by OOo and vice versa

This seems to be a different understanding of the character encoding for non-Ansi characters in the file. Actually both system encode them the same, but expect a different encoding due to the header from the other system. I will try to resolve this, by doing a bit more research on encodings in RTF

Printing from Ink.app cuts every 16th letter. Maybe it is normal

This is the standard behaviour. Perhaps we should make this numbner configurable. I am not sure why Alexander choose a number that low. Perhaps nobody would notice thsi behaviour with 64.

3.hungarian Because my hungarian accents were not printed correctly (at all), I
studied the ps file and I saw that there is odoubleacute for
ohungarumlaut and udoubleacute for uhungarumlaut. I made the changes in
the ps file and the printout was correct. Is it a bug or it is my system

This was with the art backend? The other backends will propably produce even more nonsense. Than it is caused by the FT_Get_Glyph_Name call producing the wrong name for PostScript. Not sure what to do about this.

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