Is the revFont external unreliable?
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Mon Jun 2 10:27:09 CDT 2008
At this point, I can't read the entire discussion yet, as e-mails are
still travelling through cyber space, after the fire. The problem I'm
having is just that the external doesn't always load. Sometimes it
loads and sometimes it doesn't, while all users are using exactly the
same universal standalone.
Does anyone else see this?
(Unicode problems can be worked around ;-) )
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On 2 jun 2008, at 17:12, viktoras didziulis wrote:
> just noticed when using the uniencode/unidecode method (as was
> described in revdataFromQuery and umlauts etc. thread some time ago)
> to diplay data loaded from sqlite database in compiled application
> (Windows, Rev 2.9) some unicode Eastern European fonts turn into
> black sticks. In development environment everything works and fonts
> are rendered correctly. Fonts are included during compilation and
> revfont.dll is present in externals folder. What else is there to
> check for ? Or is this a failure of revFont external and it is time
> to visit the QC?
> Best wishes
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