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Re: System fonts

From: Kazunobu Kuriyama
Subject: Re: System fonts
Date: Sat, 28 Aug 2004 15:34:48 +0900
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Kazunobu Kuriyama wrote:

>Yen-Ju Chen wrote:
>>The speed surely will slow down with font substitute,
>>but there are some assumptions which can be made, such as the first
>>128 characters
>>always exist for every font, or even the first 256 characters.
>>The speed can be improved once the first implementation is done.
>>And another GNUstep defaults can be used to turn on/off this feature
>>for people who need it.
>>For example, if NSPreferedFont = ("English Font", "Chinese Font") is
>>set in GNUstep defaults,
>>font substitute is turned on automatically.
>You often raise an issue on performance of text rendering. So I'd like
>to make
>sure of this: how much is the performance actually degraded when Chinese
>text is
>rendered in comparison with pure ASCII one?
I don't need a detailed or scientific data. Rather I'd like
to hear your impression on that as a user.

Sorry for self-reply,
- Kauznobu Kuriyama

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