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Re: gnu-song24-gbk: 自由/免费的中文 GBK 编码点阵字体 (BDF)

On Mon, 5 Jun 2000, Anthony Fok wrote:
>   花了几天功夫,终于把 gnu-song24-gbk 这个自由/免费的中文 GBK
> 编码点阵字体制出来了!  ^_^  这个 BDF 字体主要是利用台湾行政院研考会
> (RDEC) 及中推会 (CMEX) 著作及由华康科技设计的 Big5+ 标准文档及 24x24
> 范例字体,从 Big5+ 码转成 GBK 码,转成 BDF 格式后,空白的地方补以
> X11 内附的 ISAS hanzigb24st 24x24 字体,和文鼎科技热心提供的公开授权
> 字体 (gbsn00lp.ttf 和 bsmi00lp.ttf),以及小弟再加修辑而成。

Thanks, Anthony, this is very useful.  In my fonts.alias file I made an
alias "-gnu-song-medium-r-normal--24-240-72-72-c-240-gb2312.1980-1" that
points to "-gnu-song-medium-r-normal--24-240-72-72-c-240-gbk-0" (note the
"1" at the end of the former, for GR "graphic right"), and now I can
use it in cxtermgb and other "legacy" programs (instead of the tiny 16x16
fonts, or the larger ones that had thick strokes).

However, I can't figure out how to convince Netscape to use it for
"Simplified Chinese"--while I can set it up as a font for
"Simplified Chinese (x-gb2312-11)" instead of "Simplified Chinese
(gb_2312-80), it seems to always draw upon the font specified for
"Simplified Chinese (gb_2312-80)" for display.  I looked in Netscape.ad
(/usr/lib/netscape/472/communicator/Netscape.ad), but there didn't seem
to be anything I could do to it.  (A parallel situation exists between
GL and GR fonts for Korean--there are a "Korean (ks_c_5601-1987)" and
and a "Korean (x-ksc5601-11)" choices, but only the font specified
for the former is used for display.  It seems that GR fonts are not
liked.)  Converting the font to a GL one isn't an option, as GBK's
foundation are the GR codepoints...

Thomas Chan

| This message was re-posted from debian-chinese@lists.debian.org
| and converted from big5 to gb2312 by an automatic gateway.

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