[scribus] Scribus and Korean Layout

andreas.speck at tiscali.co.uk andreas.speck at tiscali.co.uk
Tue Mar 3 13:33:34 CET 2009

>----Original Message----
>From: andreas.speck at tiscali.co.uk
>Date: 03/03/2009 12:19 
>To: <scribus at lists.scribus.net>
>Subj: [scribus] Scribus and Korean Layout
>Hi all,
>  we are presently producing a document in English and Korean. 
>However, we are having trouble with Korean in Scribus (version-1.3.5
>svn, Debian Testing). 
>We are using Dejavu sans in OpenOffice for Korean, and that seems to 
>work fine, but if we do it in Scribus, it just shows boxes instead 
>characters. We can copy the Korean characters from OpenOffice into 
>Story Editor fine though, and there we can see them.
>Can Scribus-1.3.5svn deal with Korean characters already, or is CJK 
>presently not supported?
>Best wishes,
It seems to be a matter of fonts. Baekmuk fonts seem to do the trick.

Best wishes,

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