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*Ken Tong
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How DWF handles Fonts

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05-17-2004 02:37 AM
Does DWF says unicode supported? Or how it handles fonts? i.e. we create our drawing with traditional chinese character (both .shx and .ttf) on AutoCAD 2005 on a traditional chinese windows then export a dwf. Could we open it and read the traditional chinese character on a english windows, or simplified chinese windows without problem?
*Jeffrey Klug \(Autodesk, Inc.\)
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Re: How DWF handles Fonts

05-17-2004 08:34 AM in reply to: *Ken Tong
It should work fine, yes. There might be issues on English Win98 systems that don't have unicode fonts, but for the later OS's, you should be in good shape. "Ken Tong" wrote in message news:40a886be$1_1@newsprd01... > Does DWF says unicode supported? Or how it handles fonts? > > i.e. we create our drawing with traditional chinese character (both .shx and > .ttf) on AutoCAD 2005 on a traditional chinese windows then export a dwf. > Could we open it and read the traditional chinese character on a english > windows, or simplified chinese windows without problem? > > >
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