On Mon, 15 Sep 2008 10:59:14 -0400, "Grinnell Larry-ELG001" <Larry.Grinnell at 
motorola.com> wrote:

>Need to repurpose your content for HTML or other like formats. Custom
>(vector) fonts don't work in a rasterized online world. You need to find
>a way to substitute back in either a vector-based graphic which can be
>auto-scaled in products like ePublisher or even FrameMaker's very flawed
>Save-As-HTML function, or substitute a raster file (JPEG) for each
>occurrence of a custom font character. We are looking at several very
>expensive solutions to permit us to offer HTML and similar deliverables
>(you don't want to know what we do and how much we currently spend to
>convert a document to HTML).

You don't need an expensive solution for that.  Mif2Go, at
$295 per seat, lets you map any character in any font, or 
group of fonts, to a graphic, or indeed to any HTML or XML 
code you please.  See the User's Guide, par. 20.5.6, "Mapping 
characters in a special font", for the details.  For example:

[MacroFonts]
; Frame font name = section to use for mapping chars in that font
Wingdings = WingChars

[WingChars]
; char n maps to a square bullet, char p to a graphic:
n = x25a0
p = <img src="emptybox.gif">

You can download the free unlimited demo version of Mif2Go,
and the User's Guide in numerous formats, from:
  http://www.omsys.com/dcl/download.htm

HTH!
-- Jeremy H. Griffith, at Omni Systems Inc.
  <jeremy at omsys.com>  http://www.omsys.com/

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