From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jan 14 2004 - 02:52:06 PST
I was not able to reproduce the problem so some more information will
be helpful. Could you send me a sample of the problematic document together
with your fonts.xml off-list? Please keep the sample as small as possible.
RG> The "minus" is there if I render with 'Palatino Linotype' as my first font.
I suppose you are using a standard Times font used by XEP by default.
Have you tried to render a text with 'minus' sign using single Times
font with no alternatives?
RG> I'm fairly sure that all the fonts in my list have a glyph for
RG> "minus", so it should be rendered whether Times or Palatino is
RG> first in the list.
What codepoint are you using? Could it be something different from x002D?
By the way, there is no glyph named 'minus' in Times, but there is a
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