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Re: [cjk] [Cjk-bug] Problem with Japanese characters in MiKTeX, related

From: Bressanelli, Dominique
Subject: Re: [cjk] [Cjk-bug] Problem with Japanese characters in MiKTeX, related to Wadalab and cjk-fonts
Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2012 13:27:10 +0000

Hi Marthein

Thank you very much for the tip. Indeed it works well for me with TeX Live. In 
my case I have no particular need of MikTeX, I just use emacs to edit the 
documents and pdflatex to process them. Like you, I had been using MikTeX for 
years and never encountered this issue beforehand. 

Best regards 


-----Original Message-----
From: Marthein Plat [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: Monday, September 24, 2012 1:27 PM
To: Bressanelli, Dominique
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: [Cjk-bug] Problem with Japanese characters in MiKTeX, related to 
Wadalab and cjk-fonts

Hello Dominique,

I have been using MikTeX for over 10 years, without problems. The problem with 
the Japanese fonts in MikTeX can probably be solved after investing some time 
to understand the system, but I was not willing to do that. Instead I am now 
using TeX Live, which does the job without problems. I would rather have stayed 
using MikTeX, but I don't think it's a users job to correct package errors.

Best regards,


On 21-9-2012 17:26, Bressanelli, Dominique wrote:
> Hi folks
> I saw a couple of threads regarding the fact that documents containing 
> Japanese cannot be processed as the mincho fonts are not installed.
> I am having the same issue and I am unable to solve it.
> I see that Marthein Plat has suggested three solutions
> - by including wadalab contents in cjk-fonts
> - by making wadalab available separately in the MiKTeX package manager
> - by manually installing the mincho fonts (I don't know how to).
> Is there any current solution that would work ? I used to be able to 
> process documents with mincho fonts on my old PC which was installed 
> circa 2008 however now I cannot find any solution with MikTex 2.8 or 2.9.
> Thank you very much for your help
> Best regards
> D. Bressanelli

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