From: Geurt Lagemaat (Lagemaat@oriana-automatisering.com)
Date: Tue Jun 03 2003 - 07:56:13 PDT
I have a question about font family's.
I'm running XEP 3.31 with:
<fo:block font-family="Bembo, Arial"> Like a ≤ sign or the
<fo:block font-family=" Bembo, 'Zapf Dingbats', Symbol"> Like a bull:
● and more text and the radical sign: √ text
Looking into the resulting PDF I noticed that the text before ≤
is formatted with the Bembo font and the ≤ symbol with Arial. The
problem is that the text after ≤ is also formatted with Arial and
not Bembo. My idea was that when XEP encounters a character that is not
found in the first font listed in font-family it will use the second
font and so on.
In my opinion it should return to the first font (Bembo in my case)
after the ≤ symbol as it does in the second block (it switches
from Bembo, to Zapf Dingbats for the ● back to Bembo and then to
Symbol for the √ sign back to bembo etc.). Any idea's?
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