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2002-02-16 Thread bugzilla
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Re: FOP: Font problems

2002-02-16 Thread Arnd Beissner
Rachael Blank wrote: I have also tried font-family=serif In both cases, the text displays correctly (Times Roman 12pt) on many computers at my work site and some at remote sites. BUT...There is one client location that displays this same pdf in 10pt Times My guess is that there's

Re: Embedding fonts - works from command line FOP but not in Coco on 2

2002-02-16 Thread Jeremias Maerki
Well, I'm no Cocoon-user. I just happen to have looked at the source code once or twice. Try to modify the logging configuration of Cocoon so it displays debug messages from FOPSerializer.java. It may help you to find out what really happens (for example if the user config could be loaded or

Generate PDF dynamicaly in Servlet with dynamic XML String and static XSLT stylesheet

2002-02-16 Thread John Ng
Hi, I am very new to FOP. I would like to use FOP to generate PDF dynamically in a servlet with the a dynamic XML string and a static XSLT stylesheet. The examples that I found do not have something like this. I am just wondering if someone could tell me how to do it. I would appreciate if