[scribus] Insert glyph

JLuc jluc at no-log.org
Sun Mar 29 18:19:33 CEST 2009

John Jason Jordan a écrit :
> On Sat, 28 Mar 2009 22:56:57 -0400
> Gregory Pittman <gpittman at iglou.com> dijo:
>> John Jason Jordan wrote:
>>> I finally found the thread - from 2007. Christoph said:
>>>> You didn't read the docs ;) Hit F12 and enter the code.
>>> But F12 does nothing.
>> It needs to be a 4-digit unicode, eg, 00e5
>> Greg
>> I should also add that if you're using Story Editor, it needs to be
>> available in the SE display font to show there.
> What is the SE display font?
> I created a style using Junicode bold, 20 points. I wish to enter
> several characters from the IPA block in Unicode. One of them is 026a,
> another is 0283 and another (from combining diacriticals) is 0361. I
> have used these characters in this font for years in other programs,
> but Scribus seems to think that this font does not have those glyphs.
> They do not appear in the Insert > Glyph drop-down window. even though
> that font is selected in the window. A lot of other glyphs do not
> appear as well.
> In I am completely stuck because F12 does not work. In 1.3.5 I
> can at least use the standard Linux method of Ctrl-Shift-u, followed by
> the code and spacebar. However, while the characters appear in the
> story editor, in the text frame I see just empty square boxes.

You're lucky since it sometimes creates black holes
instead of square boxes :
but this has been judged a (disturbing ?) "commentaire".

I'll have to go on investigate this again however, someday...

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