Re: [Lohit-devel-list] Releasing Lohit Devanagari Today!!

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Le Jeu 4 février 2010 16:54, Qianqian Fang a écrit :

> To my knowledge, this is not that common. The only oddities
> I know are SimSun/SimHei (the default Chinese fonts for
> Win9x,Win2x) which contain a non-Latin PS font name;
> but their TTF name table have names for both Chinese and
> English.

However, modern software reads the OpenType name, so having a latin name in
one of the older layers is of little use (most win32 apps do not read the
OpenType name yet but that's not the case under Linux)

Nicolas Mailhot

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