Re: True type Font support

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Thanks for your quick reply. 
How and what would I look for in Mozilla to debug more or file
a bug report ?


On Mon, 2002-10-28 at 20:15, Keith Packard wrote:
> Around 18 o'clock on Oct 28, Muralidhar Ganga wrote:
> > I was able to read a Telugu news paper on Windows NT, using Netscape 
> > 4.7, enabling
> > *"Use document specified fonts, including Dynamic fonts"
> > *
> > Running Redhat 8.0
> > Using Mozilla I was trying to read it I 
> > downloaded their
> > eenadu.ttf and installed on my machine and I could only read some of 
> > their pages
> > not completely.
> Those web pages aren't using Unicode, but rather some weird custom 
> encoding.  The font they use shares the same bizarre encoding.  This 
> appears to make things fail in mysterious ways.  I can get the main page 
> to display correctly by reloading it, but subsequent pages never appear in 
> the right font.
> I checked the fontconfig debug output and that library seems to be 
> operating correctly, it looks like the bug is in Mozilla here.
> Keith Packard        XFree86 Core Team        HP Cambridge Research Lab
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