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Re: [Adonthell-devel] Non-Latin fonts

From: joël vennin
Subject: Re: [Adonthell-devel] Non-Latin fonts
Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2003 18:49:37 +0100

On Wed, 22 Jan 2003 16:10:28 +0300
Sasha Kushnirenko <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi, Josh!
> > Of course, it also raised a question: if no Cyrillic font currently exists
> > for Adonthell, I guess there is no chance of a Japanese one being there,
> > either, right? Do you have any idea about how to make a font? Is it
> > documented anywhere?
> I started to look on remnants of so called "fonedit" and I hope I can make
> it work on a minimalistic basis.  
If you wait the next week (because my last exam is friday). I'll update the old 
gui stuff to support truetype font with unicode ....
So must be patient.

But you can tryingto learn adonthell software, there are lots of works ...

>(Again I'm just poking my nose around
> trying to learn adonthell software)  I really would love to see russian
> translation of wastesedge.
> My understanding this is how it works in version 0.3.3:
> 0. Adonthell print characters as small images. The images are extracted from
> font.font files
> 1. Prepare a file with character images (gimp, whatever) It should look like
> a long line with charaters typed in.  Then separate character with solid
> black lines.  (What is the height of a character?)
> 2. Prepare a cursor.pnm file
> 3. Unite font and cursor together in the so called font.font file using
> fontedit program
> 4. Repeat it for different colors.
> Questions:  
> 1. How characters > 127 are treated in Adonthell?
> 2. What is propoed directory layout in 0.4 for non-latin fonts?
> Sasha.
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