Unicode control pictures on OS X?

Lynch, Jonathan BNZ2 at CDC.GOV
Tue Jan 4 13:46:47 EST 2005


And don't forget that fields with part Unicode and part non-unicode act
weird. Best to set the whole field to Unicode.

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Gay
Sent: Tuesday, January 04, 2005 1:26 PM
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Subject: Re: Unicode control pictures on OS X?

On 1/4/05 10:20 AM, Michael D Mays wrote:

> If I have a glyph that displays on the screen but doesn't print and I 
> cover it with a transparent field it will then print. When it prints
the 
> resolution is much less than that displayed. ???

I hit this problem once. When a field is covered by a transparent 
object, the engine uses the screen bitmap underneath the transparency 
for printing rather than rendering the field text as a font. This is due

to some weird behavior with graphics drivers or something; I can't 
remember exactly what. But that's why you can print what you see on 
screen, and why it is printing at screen resolution (i.e., bitmapped.)

> 
> And I have a field on a card where the cursor has disappeared (I can 
> click and type in the field, but I cannot see the cursor) and in that 
> field the Unicode prints OK.

If another object overlaps a field, the cursor can disappear. Check to 
make sure there isn't anything over that field. Also make sure the 
traversalOn is set to true for the field.

> 
> I guess I just need to figure out how I mucked up that field?:)

Combination of things, sounds like. ;)

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