|Subject:||Re: Printing from WindowXP version of emacs|
|Date:||Thu, 05 Jan 2006 16:41:34 +0100|
|User-agent:||Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0.7 (Windows/20050923)|
Peter Dyballa wrote:
The problem is encoding of the PostScript fonts used to set the document. ps-print.el uses ISO 8859-1, independent from the buffer contents' encoding. If you have a buffer contents that uses more than 192 different characters (256 less two times 32 control characters, 7 bit and 8 bit), you need to provide special PostScript fonts that encode so many characters (CID coded fonts for CJK use), or use the same font with different encodings to have Latin plus some extended Latin (a technique that's used in TeX).
It is not clear to me whether you mean that this is a bug in ps-print.el or that it is a limitation in the current handling of fonts in PostScript. I am sorry that I do not understand this yet, but can you explain the status of this again?
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