RE: Winddings, symbol etc
> I always thought that pdf supported wingdings & symbols, yet > whenever I > use wingdings or symbol as the font it is never reproduced > accurately in the pdf. Does this have anything to do with XSL? > > Also, if you use Helvetica, Times New Roman and Courier with ascii > characters abov 127 rarely results in the correct character being > outputted to the pdf. > > Can anyone tell me why this is? Well, for a start, there aren't any ASCII characters above 127: all characters above 127 are non-ASCII characters. You are using some interface that expects characters to be in one encoding and you are passing it characters in a different encoding. Without knowing more about what you are doing, that's all one can say. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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