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Re: SPAM-LOW: [XSL-FO] complex character support

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  • Jensen
    Presumably RenderX and XSL Formatter, being implemented in Java and so running on non-Windows platforms, don t use the Uniscribe Windows API. Ibex XSL-FO
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      Presumably RenderX and XSL Formatter, being implemented in Java and so
      running on non-Windows platforms, don't use the Uniscribe Windows API.

      Ibex XSL-FO Formatter (http://www.xmlpdf.com/ibex.html) uses Uniscribe for
      Arabic text formatting in the .NET implementation.

      Hope this helps

      John

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      From: <sharon_correll@...>
      To: <XSL-FO@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 8:10 AM
      Subject: SPAM-LOW: [XSL-FO] complex character support


      >I am looking for information on applications that implement XSL-FO and how
      > they handle complex character rendering. For instance, I understand that
      > RenderX is implemented in Java. Does the Java implementation on Windows
      > support Uniscribe, or just OpenType? (I realize that's really a Java
      > question but maybe somebody here knows.) Same question about XSL
      > Formatter.
      > It says it supports OpenType fonts; does it use Uniscribe to do that?
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      > Thanks for your help,
      >
      > Sharon Correll
      > SIL International
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