From: Giuseppe Lo Presti (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Oct 01 2003 - 00:30:43 PDT
Thank you for your suggestions, I found that even the TimesRoman font
contains almost all of the unicode characters but it has to be included
with the syntax you suggested here (actually I'm reading your last
messages now due to the different time!).
> -----Messaggio originale-----
> Da: firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com] Per conto di Nikolai Grigoriev
> Inviato: marted́ 30 settembre 2003 22.42
> A: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Oggetto: Re: [xep-support] Extended Unicode characters
> > And if you on Windows system, try to add following to your
> > <font name="LucidaUnicode"
> > ttf="l_10646.ttf"
> > embed="true"
> > subset="true">
> > </font>
> > and copy l_10646.ttf file into c:/xep/afm directory. Lucida covers
> > large
> > part of Unicode.
> Alternatively, you can simply write
> <font name="LucidaUnicode" ttf="C:\WINNT\Fonts\l_10646.ttf"/>
> and don't copy anything :-). (Embedding and subsetting are on
> by default, so you need not specify them either unless you
> want to disable them).
> Nikolai Grigoriev
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