Thanks, but are JPEG images just as scalable as TT fonts?
Aernold van Gosliga
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> Verzonden: woensdag 8 juli 1998 9:36
> Aan: Unicode List
> Onderwerp: Re: code > fonts
> A simple solution, but maybe putting a burden on your
> web server is to convert the formatted text to jpeg images.
> This solves several problems:
> - no font licensing, jpeg images are just like using the font
> to print on paper.
> - no problems with rendering difficult scripts at the client side
> - less possibility of others systematically grabbing your
> data for use in competing products (machine convertion of
> jpeg images to text is difficult).
> the drawback ofcourse is either a lot of diskspace to save all
> possible jpegs for your database, or having to do the convertion
> on the fly.
> Jeroen Hellingman
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