> On Thu, 20 Jun 2002, Frank da Cruz wrote:
> > As part of the release, I made some screen shots showing text in many
> > languages and writing systems on the same terminal screen:
> > http://www.columbia.edu/kermit/glass.html
> > The CJK examples were so crowded I didn't notice until James Kass
> > pointed it out that they were also sideways! Windows had rotated each
> > glyph 90 degrees counterclockwise. But when another font is used
> > (bottom of same page) the same glyphs (e.g. Japanese Kana) are upright.
> In all cases where CJK characters are rotated, note that the names of
> fonts begin with '@'. I don't know exactly how it works, but under
> MS-Windows, fonts whose name begin with '@' have their CJK characters
> rotated by 90 degrees(for use in vertical writing). Try to use 'Andale
> Mono WT J' instead of '@Andale Mono WT J' and CJK characters should be
> rendered upright.
Aha, mystery solved, thanks!
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