[Scribus] Thai text
Thu Dec 29 03:15:07 CET 2005
my freind tell me that many programes on Linux use ICU for text rendering
and word wrapping and now Thai language is on ICU already. does scribus use
ICU ? or use other procedure.
On 12/20/05, Craig Bradney <cbradney at zip.com.au> wrote:
> On Tuesday 20 December 2005 04:52, Santhana Sriwanthana wrote:
> > Hi, Craig
> > Thank for your help. you're very kind.
> > i attach Thai text.zip. it include text file create from Openoffice
> > do the right text rendering and text file from Scribus which not. it
> > include pdf files and screenshots from both programs. and i attach
> > Thai fonts Norasi.ttf which are the fonts in Thai Linux (LinuxTLE). Here
> > Thailand, there is organization who develope Thai Linux and other Thai
> > localization. They codevelope with Sun Microsystem on OpenOffice project
> > and do the excellent Thai localization. They told me they can provide
> > Thai library and other related object. if that help, let me know.
> Thanks Santhana. I will store these files for testing when we are able to
> start implementing the new system and keep your mail address for contact
> we need testing of Thai.
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