From: Christopher Fynn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Mar 19 2007 - 06:21:51 CST
If you find out how, I'd certainly be interested to learn how to get a
complex script like Bengali working in Java.
Michael Maxwell wrote:
> Apologies in advance, because I'm sure this is not the appropriate place
> to ask my question. But having asked in several other places, and not
> having gotten any response there, I'm reduced to trying here.
> I'm trying to make a Java app use the Vrinda Truetype font for the
> Bengali range in Unicode (but not for other Unicode ranges). The
> authors of the application (XMLmind) suggest modifying the
> fontconfig.properties file in the Java lib directory. I've done that,
> but it has no apparent effect. I'm trying to narrow down the reason why
> it isn't working (the app doesn't pay attention to this file, I'm
> modifying the file wrong, etc.).
> Does anyone have any experience with getting Java to do this sort of
> thing? Since I'm guessing this question is not of general interest to
> this list, I'll suggest an off-line reply to me at maxwell at casl dot
> umd dot edu <mailto:email@example.com>. (Of course, I'd be
> delighted to summarize to this list if I'm wrong and others are actually
> interested in the answer to this question.)
> Mike Maxwell
> CASL/ U MD
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