Re: Unicode Devanagari

From: Frank Yung-Fong Tang (
Date: Wed Apr 06 2005 - 08:48:49 CST

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    one size? What kind of api are you using Java2D? Have you try to chang
    the font size to much bigger one (like 30, 40) to see what happen? I
    know some rendering system will mandate a 'minimum' font size so if
    you say 12, 14, 16 it will all reset to 16 because the size 12 is just
    too small for the user to see. I don't think this kind of algorighm is
    build into the Java2D but you should try that out.

    On Apr 5, 2005 5:12 PM, Chetan Pandey <> wrote:
    > Dear List:
    > I am using Java to work with Devanagari. It works well except that they have
    > only one size. Any suggestions how can manipulate them to look larger and
    > have colors.
    > Anybody knows how 'upadhamaniya' and 'jihvamuliya' are represented in
    > Unicode. Didnt find them in their code chart.
    > Thnks.
    > Chetan
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    Frank Yung-Fong Tang
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