[help] GDI text fonts

Huw D M Davies h.davies1 at physics.ox.ac.uk
Tue Jun 25 04:14:38 CDT 2002

On Tue, Jun 25, 2002 at 10:12:13AM +0800, leanne wrote:
> Huw D M Davies wrote:
> >On Mon, Jun 24, 2002 at 11:05:04AM +0800, leanne wrote:
> >
> >>Dear all,
> >>
> >>When we are working on the Chinese support on WINE using Lotus Notes r5,
> >>we found that the fonts display for the interface
> >>is very ugly (attached the screepshot). I would like to change to have
> >>different font when detected English or Chinese.
> >>Could somebody point me where I could start with?
> >>
> I am sorry I missed them.
> 1. First, I use 2 Chinese fonts, Kai and Ming (bkai00mp.ttf and 
> bsmi00lp.ttf) as well as
>     fonts.dir    luximb.ttf   luxirbi.ttf  luxirr.ttf   luxisri.ttf
>     fonts.scale  luximri.ttf  luxirb.ttf   luxisbi.ttf  luxisr.ttf
>     luximbi.ttf  luximr.ttf   luxirri.ttf  luxisb.ttf
>     I start Lotus Notes and all Chinese can be displayed (because it is 
> using Chinese font by default, Ming)
>     English characters shown, however, are very ugly.
>     <screenshot3.png>
>     <screenshot4.png>
> 2. When I copy the fonts from Windows and include the path,  the 
> interface and
>     other fonts look good (using courier, helvetica and arial).  I would 
> like to ask it's because
>     Lotus Notes default uses those fonts?
>     <screenshot3.png>
>     <screenshot4.png>
>     I want to display both Chinese and English, does WINE support 
> loading fontset?
>     or if I need to manually detect Chinese range and use Chinese font? 
> and could somebody
>     point me some hints?  Thanks very much.

It's still not clear to me whether you're using XServer rendered fonts
or client side (Wine) rendered fonts.  Could you send me the
--debugmsg +font,+xrender log ?

Huw Davies
huw at codeweavers.com

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