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From "Brad Smith" <usernamenum...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: fonts and bullet graphics?
Date Thu, 10 May 2007 21:09:43 GMT
Swapped to a different font (one of the free ones included with
Fedora) and the problem still remains. The document renders fine, with
everything indended as it should be an no aparnent instances of font
glyphs overlapping bullets. There're just... no bullets. =:(

--Brad

On 5/10/07, Brad Smith <usernamenumber@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>
> I've got a document that is being translated into Korean. The problem is
> that when we render the Korean translation, the bullets in our
> <itemizedlist> blocks disappear. If I tweak things just enough to make
> loading the fonts fail, so that fop falls back on a western font and
> replaces the koran characters with "#", the bullets are there again.
>
> So, from this I'm inferring that maybe the default bullet graphic is
> actually taken from the font? And this one doesn't have such a graphic? That
> seems like a long-shot, but I'm lacking any other plausible ideas, unless
> maybe it's a spacing issue and the font is just covering up the bullets?
> Looking at the document, I can't see any evidence of that, though.
>
> Any ideas/suggestions for how to deal with this would be greatly
> appreciated!
>
> --Brad
> --
> ~ Second Shift: An original, serialized audio adventure ~
>              http://www.secondshiftpodcast.com


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