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Re: Please test: Netscape 4.73 packages with CJK support



Hi,

In the message <20000709124748.B23225@lovelife.olvc.ab.ca> 
Anthony Fok <foka@ualberta.ca> wrote:

> On Mon, Jul 10, 2000 at 01:50:25AM +0900, Fumitoshi UKAI wrote:
> > I've got a report that postscript output/print out are broken.
> > It can be easily fixed by resource file.
> > For EUC-JP encoding, postscript font name is not Ryumin-Light,
> > but Ryumin-Light-EUC-H.
> > So,
> >  *documentFonts.euc-jp*psname:           Ryumin-Light
> > should be 
> >  *documentFonts.euc-jp*psname:           Ryumin-Light-EUC-H
> > in all resource files.

> Thanks for the report!  :-)

> I have a question though: Netscape 4.73's default Netscape.ad use:

> 	*documentFonts.euc-jp*psname:		Ryumin-Light-RKSJ-H

> instead of Ryumin-Light-EUC-H.  Would Ryumin-Light-RKSJ-H work?

If the character encoding of Ryumin-Light-RKSJ-H, Shift-JIS, is
different from the one selected by the value of pscode resource
as follows, the answer is no.

*documentFonts.euc-jp*pscode:           euc-jp

I think that valid combinations of psname and pscode are

*documentFonts.euc-jp*psname:           Ryumin-Light-EUC-H
*documentFonts.euc-jp*pscode:           euc-jp

and

*documentFonts.euc-jp*psname:           Ryumin-Light-RKSJ-H
*documentFonts.euc-jp*pscode:           shift_jis

for example.

> (I wonder what "RKSJ" stand for.  Something-something-Shift-JIS?)

Maybe it stands for the Roman alphabet and Katakana.

-- 
Tetsurou



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