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Subject: XSL:FO and Unicode Fonts
From: Lee Goddard <Budapest@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 09 Jan 2002 17:17:22 +0100
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Is it impolite to ask a XSL:FO question here?
If so, could you please suggest a more aprt forum?

And...is it impolite to ask about Unicode font support?
If not, how are people handling rendering of high UTF-8
characters on a WIndows platform, as BOLD and ITALIC

I'm using the standard ArialUnicodeMS font, but it doesn't
support Bold and Italic (according to Apache FOP), so when
I do <xsl:fo wrapper font-family="ArialUnicodeMS" font-style="italic">,
I get a 'no such font' error.

Does anyone know of a freeware Type I or TTF font Unicode font
with all glyphs present?

Or -- has anyone written a stylesheet to manipulate the fonts to create
a bold or italic effect?  (The former sounds likely, the latter impossible,
but I am just guessing.)

Thanks in anticipation of any pointers

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