From: Damon Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jun 03 2009 - 13:47:17 CDT
A gentleman from Adobe asked me if PDF exhibited the same problems. So I
need to clarify my question...
It is not simply about how can I distribute consistently diplayed
documents (yes PDF will solve that), but how do I distribute EDITABLE
documents that are consistently displayed?
On Thu, 04 Jun 2009 01:25:57 +0700, Damon Anderson <email@example.com>
> Ok, I'm a bit confused here... I understand that the major barrier to
> display of Unicode lies in fonts, but how does this relate to platforms?
> I have a document composed in OpenOffice on Windows using the Verdana
> font and the Unikey unicode keyboard driver for Vietnamese. I open the
> same document in my OpenOffice on Linux (Kubuntu) after installing the
> Verdana font and many of diacritical marks are now on the wrong letters
> or shifted to the right one character space. If even the font displays
> aren't consistent across platforms where in lies the problem and how can
> I distribute consistently displayed documents?
-- Damon Anderson, Business Director Corigo Việt Nam 391B Lý Thường Kiệt P.9, Q. Tân Bình Hồ Chí Minh City, Vietnam Mobile: +84 90 834-2421 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.corigo.com
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