|Subject:||Re: [Swftools-common] Incorrect character in conversion using -s storeallcharacters parameter|
|Date:||Sat, 21 Aug 2010 15:36:04 +1200|
Thanks for your reply Matthias,I might be able to help if you can point me to where in PDF2SWF you are performing the mapping of unicode characters? I could give it a try and send you the fix for it if I succeed :-)Cheers,ErikOn 21 August 2010 14:36, Matthias Kramm <address@hidden> wrote:
On Sat, Aug 21, 2010 at 09:24:17AM +1200, Erik Engstr?m <address@hidden> wrote:It's a known problem, that unfortunately is difficult to fix-
> PDF2SWF seems to have an issue with converting/embedding text in some
> actionscript 9 converted documents. I have only seen it happening to
> the character "f" oddly enough but it could possibly happen in other
> scenarios as well. The effect can be seen when using GetText in
> actionscript or searchText on textsnapshots. It basically cannot find
> strings with the character "f" as they have been incorrectly
> converted. This has been tested in the latest snapshot build and 0.9.1
> with the same result.
some fonts encode two versions of e.g. the "f" character. In order to be
able to have a unique Unicode index for each (something required by
Flash), you have to remap one to some other Unicode.
I'm going to add code at some point that always remaps the version of the
character that occurs less often, though.
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