Re: Is there a de facto standard Chinese PostScript font name?
On Tue, 20 Mar 2001, ha shao wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 20, 2001 at 01:34:32PM +0800, email@example.com wrote:
> > Type 3 can embedded scalable font.
> > Maybe we can convert the public arphicpl font to Type 3, and used it as
> > de facto chinese ps font.
> Font is not a problem in this case. Mr. Yoshihiro Take's GS-CJK can make use of
> the arphic (or any) ttf fonts for ps printing. It is the postscript font name
> that is the problem. We want to find a default font name for Chinese postscript
> font so that PS files created on CLE, Turbolinux chinese, Debian ... can
> interchanged and printed without problems.
I cann't understand what's the problem?
If we have a Font, we will have a font name, too.
With a free available and variant format font,
we can distribute it anywhere.
It will likely have a default font name.
> Hopefully someone know better with desktop publishing can give us
> some clues.
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