johnny at johnnys.info
Tue Jun 10 10:21:33 BST 2003
I'm trying to get KDE to print both Japanese and Swedish characters in the
same document - not an easy task, it seems. I'm using CUPS,
To enable Japanese printing, I have to do
before starting my KDE app to print from. Otherwise Japanese characters show
up as boxes on the page (in print preview and on the actual paper). But when
I do this, the Swedish (åäö,ÅÄÖ) characters don't show up on the page at all.
I noticed that disabling <Print dialog->System options->Fonts->Embed fonts in
postscript data> makes the Swedish characters show up, but now the Japense
What's so fscking difficult about taking unicode characters, printing with a
unicode font, and not caring what the h*ell kinda language the characters are
Any help deeply appreciated.
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