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Re: Display of Lao script

From: handa
Subject: Re: Display of Lao script
Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2017 21:04:21 +0900

In article <address@hidden>, Stephen Berman <address@hidden> writes:

> > 1. Move LAOO-*.flt (except for LAOO-OTF.flt) from /usr/share/m17n to,
> >    for instance /tmp.
> > 2. Prepare a file that contains the Lao line only.
> > 3. Run emacs as this:
> > 4. Visit the Lao only file.

> I did this and the display of the Lao script is the same as before
> (i.e., with the composed characters not properly aligned).  Here is the
> entire debugging output:
>  [DB]  <font,layouter,hebr-ff,nil>.
>  [DB]  <font,layouter,thaa-otf,nil>.
>  [DB]  <font,layouter,cham-generic,nil>.

> FWIW, when I change the font to DejaVu Sans (not Mono) and visit that
> file, the display of all but one of the composed characters is correct
> (as I previously mentioned), and the debugging output is exactly the
> same as the above;

Could you please put the attached version of LAOO-OTF.flt under
/usr/share/m17n (without any other LAOO-*.flt), and try again?

K. Handa

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