From: Geurt Lagemaat (Lagemaat@oriana-automatisering.com)
Date: Wed Apr 23 2003 - 05:07:46 PDT
W. Eliot Kimber wrote:
>You should also be able to simply put the appropriate symbol font at the
>end of the list of fonts you are using, e.g.:
><fo:root font="Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif, Symbol">
Thank you, this approach works. There is something strange however. In:
<text>∗ = asteriskmath symbol, √ radical symbol and ∝
only the asteriskmath and the proportional symbols are printed but NOT the
The symbol entry in fonts.xml looks like:
The stylesheet is using: <xsl:attribute name="font-family">'Times Roman',
Symbol, 'Zapf Dingbats'</xsl:attribute>
>The use or non-use of UTF-8 will not affect your ability to refer to any
>character, although it may affect the ability of your text editor or
>content management system to correctly handle the file. Using numeric
>character references, as in the example above, is the safest approach
>but should never be necessary unless you are using tools that cannot
>handle Unicode characters above 255 correctly (for example, editors that
>can only handle pure ASCII).
We still working with ascii encoding for some reasons (CMS and tooling).
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