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Re: Doc creation with non-western charsets

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 27 Oct 2008 19:04:27 +0100

Lübbe Onken | RA Consulting wrote:
> Hi Folks,
>
> I tried to create all the TortoiseMerge manuals (chm & pdf) on my PC.
> Most look good, but some manuals with non-western fonts contain
> broken chars or chars wich cannot be displayed.
>
> Here's the list. 'OK' doesn't mean that everything is correct, but
> that I couldn't spot any obvious errors.
>
> Chinese: - chm OK - pdf OK
>
> Japanese: - chm OK - pdf completely broken on my PC, but OK on the
> TSVN download page. Different fonts on Steves Build machine & my PC?

Do you have the fonts msgothic.ttc and msmincho.ttc installed?

>
> Russian: - chm OK - pdf OK
>
> Slovenian: - chm OK - pdf some '#'-placeholder chars in index & text,
> confirmed on TSVN download page

No idea - I've got the fonts set in doc\xsl\sl\userconfig.template.xml
properly installed (simhei.ttf and simsun.ttc).

> Slovak: - chm OK - pdf some '#'-placeholder chars in index & text,
> confirmed on TSVN download page

again, I've got the fonts installed.

> Serbian cyrillic: - chm OK - pdf OK
>
> Serbian latin: - chm Index contains some '.' placeholder chars - pdf
> contains some cyrillic words, probably from the docbook default
> translation

No fonts set in userconfig.template.xml - maybe that's one reason.

Stefan

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