>>>>> On 04 Mar 2002 16:07:30 -0600,
>>>>> "LC" == Lars Clausen <email@example.com> wrote:
LC> The embedded font is Nimbus-Roman, so on my system, which doesn't have
LC> KochiMincho installed, that file doesn't display correctly. Can you, using
LC> the newest CVS version of Dia, get portable Japanese PS files?
Hmm, ok. well, CVS dia works fine when I chose correct font
only. if not so, dia show the empty square. exporting png
also works. but it seems that ghostscript can't parse PS and
LC> I see now that I can't, not quite. In the Red Book, page 773, it says
LC> While there is not a standard set of fonts that is required by the
LC> PostScript language, most PostScript products include software for 13
LC> standard fonts from the Times, Helvetica, Courier and Symbol families.
LC> Are you saying that most Japanese and Chinese printers (that understand
LC> PostScript) don't have these? I'm saying that if we can assume any default
LC> fonts, these are them, since they're actually listed in the PS reference
No, I should said 'locale-specific font'. and if we use
downloaded font for those languages and we will implement
the feature which can print out without choosing
locale-specific font like abiword (of course using
downloaded font is different from abiword), can we use those
fonts without download if we use compound font?
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