--- Comment #14 from Glenn Adams <gad...@apache.org> ---
(In reply to comment #13)
> (In reply to comment #10)
> > (In reply to comment #6)
> > > The first 3 lines of generated PDF from you give a near correct look.
> > > The problem is at character 26, Mai-Ek.
> > > It ship too far to the left.
> > I understand. I will investigate this further.
> > > I have few questions regarding to your output.
> > > I changed my fo:block element removing all attribute except font-family.
> > > My result is different from what you got.
> > > It is look similar to the second line in first jpg attachment.
> > > Why the different ?
> > That's hard to say. I am using FOP1.1rc1 and Version 5.0 of the AngsanaUPC
> > font (from Windows 7). If you are using different versions, then that could
> > cause the difference.
> I'm using AngsanaUPC 5.0 from Windows 7 SP1 64 bits [Version 6.1.7601]
> I uses FOP from SVN trunk, checked out today.
Hmmm. Strange. Here is the config I am using (fop.xconf):
I placed the angsanu.ttf file in a fonts directory in the directory that
contains this config. I turned of the font-cache to make sure it is using that
Perhaps you might try this also?
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