Re: Problem in gimp-text-fontname

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On Saturday 25 March 2006 09:51 pm, Luiz Rodrigo Tozzi wrote:
> Hi
> I recently migrated from gimp 1.2 to 2.2 and i copied some ".scm"
> to the new release.
> I used to write in a file accented strings in a formated way. now,
> using the same code returns an error. I found out that it was the
> accented characters.
> my question is: how can i make it work properly again? i really
> need the accented chars...
> thanks in advanced!

Hi Luiz!

You won't be able to do it with script-fu.

That is because script-fu can't deal with utf-8 characters, that uses 
more than one byte to represent non basic ASCII characters (look the 
"text-circle plug-in - it fails with accented characters in gimp > 
2.0 as well).

Fortunately for you, Kevin Kozens has been working on tiny-fu - a 
script-fu replacement, which does deal with utf-8 chars. Just 
download gimp-tiny-fu from the same source where you get the GIMP, 
(ok, I guess it won't be in gimp for windows web site, but then, look 
in, and convert your script to use it instead.


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