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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2006-04-27 22:07 -------
This is because the default fonts used for AWT output have more glyphs than the
Base14 fonts used for PDF output.

And yes this is a font-selection-strategy issue. I haven't studied it yet in
detail, but my idea is that this shouldn't be dealt with at the font system
level. Rather the font system should provide facilities like getting the set of
glyphs which cannot be rendered in a given String, or perhaps getting the fonts
which can display a given glyph.

It's probably not worth starting to write code right now, as lots of things will
certainly change with the new font system. But if you're interested you may have
a look at the aXSL interface (www.axsl.org), which is the interface that the new
font system will implement. You may look if the provided methods help solving
this problem, what's missing, and where and how to implement
font-selection-strategy, within Fop, on top of that. This would certainly ease
the implementation once the migration is done.

Vincent

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