From: Gustaf Liljegren (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Nov 09 2002 - 17:32:10 PST
>I am trying to configure XEP under Windows to render Asian languages
>(Japanes and Simplified Chinese to start with) and I'm not having much
>luck, but largely because I have no idea what I should be doing.
What you should be doing is to copy your CIDFont directory to /afm. You
normally find it in your Acrobat directory (also Acrobat Reader, if you
choosed to install CJK fonts). Then just call the fonts in 'font-family'
using the names or aliases specified in fonts.xml.
<fo:block>Say something in Chinese.</fo:block>
<fo:block>Great! Can you speak Japanese too?</fo:block>
I'm not sure the font names "Chinese" and "Japanese" are original. It's
just two aliases in my CJK module. See your own fonts.xml.
I have only tried this with character entities, but I guess it should work
in plain text too. Perhaps one good exercise is to try writing a little
Chinese in a hexeditor to see how plain text Chinese works, unless you have
a Chinese editor comfortable with UTF-16. I haven't done that myself.
Note that these are Opentype fonts. The one time I needed to handle
Opentype fonts, the printing works wouln't accept it. I think there are
good Type 1 fonts to buy if you need.
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