Re: [xep-support] Unicode rendering affects other characters

From: Alexander Peshkov <>
Date: Tue May 24 2005 - 01:56:32 PDT

Hello Dave,

Looks like a font problem to me. Which font are you using? Most
probably we will need a short XSL-FO sample along with the font files
(in case we don't have them already) in order to investigate this
issue - please send then to

Best regards,
Alexander Peshkov

DA> In one case of using unicode, we're finding that the Euro sign
DA> (&#8364;) is getting rendered such that it affects other characters
DA> surrounding it. For example, preceding characters become compressed
DA> and commas following are rendered differently than the default commas
DA> used throughout. Removing the Euro unicode renders everything
DA> remaining correctly. The pound sterling and yen in the attached
DA> example are rendered correctly without affecting existing formatting.
DA> Verified on XEP 4.2 and 4.3.

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