Do you mean that it's a problem from Acrobat which can't reconize the
or a FOP problem to convert letters to glyphs that acrobat will reconize ?

More over I found  this in the docs of FOP, and it seams to mean that
the Symbols (so almost one out of the two omegas) should be displayed
properly :

" FOP (building PDF files) normally supports only the base 14 font package
defined in the Adobe PDF specification. That includes the following fonts:
Helvetica, Times, Courier, Symbol and ZapfDingbats. "

----- Original Message -----
From: "J.Pietschmann" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2002 9:56 PM
Subject: Re: ohm symbol not supproted ?

> Rodolphe VAGNER wrote:
> > I try a fop transformation in UTF-16 with ohm symbol (greek omega
> > capital letter)
> > and I find a ' O ' in the pdf result, but  is supported !!
> Did you use codepoint U+03A9 (GREE CAPITAL LETTER OMEGA) or
> U+2126 (OHM SIGN)? I get a # for the first (meaning unknown
> glyph mapping) and a W for the latter in the standard font
> (which happens to occupy the same position in the mapping table
> as the upper case omega). Selecting the Symbol font
>    <fo:inline font-family="Symbol">&#x03A9;&#x2126;</fo:inline>
> still results in a # for the first and the expected glyph
> for the latter.
> Get a font with glyphs for greek letters and look at the
> instructions in the docs directory for installing it if
> you need greek letters.
> J.Pietschmann

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