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From Luis Bernardo <lmpmberna...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Question regarding Batik Transcode of SVG to Image
Date Fri, 15 May 2015 14:54:43 GMT

The fonts need to be installed in the system and known to the jdk you use.

You can write a small java program (search for "java list installed 
fonts" if you need an example) to see what fonts are known to your jdk.

On 5/15/15 3:29 PM, Jared Jurkiewicz (jjurkiew) wrote:
> Anyone?  I am rather stuck here.
>
> Sincerely,
> -- Jared Jurkiewicz
>
> From: Cisco Employee <jjurkiew@cisco.com <mailto:jjurkiew@cisco.com>>
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> Date: Thursday, May 14, 2015 10:42 AM
> To: "batik-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org 
> <mailto:batik-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org>" 
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> Subject: Question regarding Batik Transcode of SVG to Image
>
> Folks,
> I have transcoding of SVG -> PNG generally working fine.   However, I 
> have encountered an issue where Japanese, Chinese, and Korean 
> (basically any asian language), glyphs do not render correctly.  In my 
> browser I see them render fine, but when I send them down into Batik 
> all that comes out are images that have squares where the glyphs 
> should be.   I am running batik on a RedHat Enterprise Linux system, 
> and it supposedly does have the xorg misc fonts installed for 
> Japanese, Chinese, and so on.
>
> How does Batik decide what glyph to render and insert it?  Is it 
> possibly just a an OS missing font issue?   Can you give me some 
> guidance on how to proceed in isolating the cause?
>
> Sincerely,
> -- Jared Jurkiewicz
>


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