Seeking Rev Consultant

Adrian Williams adrian at clubtype.co.uk
Fri Oct 13 04:49:53 EDT 2006


Dear Brian,
Thanks for responding.
I have to go to a meeting for the remainder of today but
will get back to you with a sample of the font for you to
test the theory as soon as I can. It may be tomorrow.
I need to remake it (in part) for others to test.

I a noob so is x-Talk same as/export of Rev?
I need to plant your script(s) into a Rev. stack.

Thanks again,
Adrian

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Adrian Williams Design Ltd (trading as Club Type),
44 Mill Lane,
Merstham,
Redhill,
Surrey RH1 3HQ, UK

Telephone/Facsimile: 01737 643300
dFax (computer reception): 0870 0515681

International tel/fax (UK)+44 1737 643300
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Email: adrian at clubtype.co.uk
Website: http://www.clubtype.co.uk
On 13 Oct 2006, at 09:46, Brian Yennie wrote:

> Adrian,
>
> I am available for contract work. If you let me know what your budget 
> / timeframe are and/or send a small sample of the font, I can give you 
> an estimate. I have over ten years xTalk experience (since the 
> Hypercard days!) and you can probably get an idea of my scripting 
> abilities by searching the list archives.
>
> Thanks,
> ---
> Brian Yennie
> Director of Technology Integration
> QLD Learning
> (310)-367-7364
>
>
>> Is anyone interested in scripting for using a Unicode font?
>>
>> The custom font may have up to 14000 characters.
>> 255 Standard chars.
>> The remainder are Latin characters with attached joining strokes,
>> stored in the "Japanese" or the some "Other" Language part of the 
>> font.
>> Font/scripts will be used to 'join' English words.
>> A graphic example of the main function is shown here...
>> http://www.clubtype.co.uk/revDev-abc/abc-rev.jpg
>>
>> From the Users perspective...
>> Text is entered into A4/US Letter sized field.
>> As each character is entered, it 'joins' to the previous char.
>> After any text has been entered, User may go back and place
>> insertion point anywhere in the text and correct a spelling and
>> the word will re-join correctly.
>>
>> Script efficiency is important to reduce screen flicker while 
>> processing
>> each char. A small flicker is acceptable, but not a long delay.
>>
>> I will develop the interface and font(s) in Rev Studio.
>> I need a Rev. scriptor to create the 'joining' portion.
>> Just for a few joining characters to prove/test above requirements.
>> I will spend the long hours/days/months creating the font characters
>> then entering their Unicode/HTML/Decimal??? values in the script.
>>
>> If interested, please contact me and I will furnish more information.
>> Many thanks,
>> Adrian
>> ______________________
>> Club Type
>> http://www.clubtype.co.uk
>> adrian at clubtype.co.uk
>>
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