WEFT webpage font embedding--Call for feedback

2004-05-07 Thread C Bobroff
We've had a few discussions about WEFT before in the past but never really explored it completely. Therefore, I made this demo page in both English and Persian and embedded Tahoma, Koodak(by FarsiWeb) and Arabic Typesetting: http://students.washington.edu/irina/persianword/weft.htm Can you

Re: WEFT webpage font embedding--Call for feedback

2004-05-07 Thread Arash Zeini
Hi Connie, On Konqueror 3.2.0 on KDE 3.2.0 all is fine except h and z in Hafiz (fi). The same applies to Busq as it uses the same h. Greetings, Arash In a message dated Friday 07 May 2004 08:31, C Bobroff wrote: We've had a few discussions about WEFT before in the past but never really

Re: WEFT webpage font embedding--Call for feedback

2004-05-07 Thread AmirBehzad Eslami
Dear Connie, Like you, I use WinXP and IE 6.0. I'm sorry to say that I can't help you on the other platforms. But take a look at http://www.browsercam.com , which provides good services for web page testing on mutiliple platforms and different browsers. Hope this helps :-) Please inform us

Re: WEFT webpage font embedding--Call for feedback

2004-05-07 Thread C Bobroff
On Fri, 7 May 2004, Arash Zeini wrote: Hi Arash, You must have an older version of Tahoma on your computer. I think these Latin characters with diacritics were only recently added to Tahoma. (They seem to have forgotten z with line underneath even in the latest which is a problem for Persian

Re: WEFT webpage font embedding--Call for feedback

2004-05-07 Thread Ali A Khanban
Hi, IE6.0 on Win2K: OK Mozilla1.7RC1 on Win2K: OK (but the font of Arabic typesetting is very big!) And I suppose the English translation of Bushaq poem is written in Koodak font (not in Tahoma as it says). Another point is: why is it instead of and instead of ? Best -ali- C Bobroff wrote:

Re: WEFT webpage font embedding--Call for feedback

2004-05-07 Thread Ali A Khanban
Actually, Mozilla1.7RC1 doesn't show the embedded fonts! It seems using Times New Roman instead of missing fonts. Best -ali- C Bobroff wrote: We've had a few discussions about WEFT before in the past but never really explored it completely. Therefore, I made this demo page in both English and

Re: WEFT webpage font embedding--Call for feedback

2004-05-07 Thread fariborz_persiancomp
But take a look at http://www.browsercam.com , Unfortunately, it really was not too helpful. No chance to test Win98 with IE6 for example. Hi Connie, I have an unsolicited suggestion (I know you really don't want to hear from eye-rain-ians ). I routinely need to compile and test software

Re: WEFT webpage font embedding--Call for feedback

2004-05-07 Thread C Bobroff
On Fri, 7 May 2004, Ali A Khanban wrote: IE6.0 on Win2K: OK Noted. Mozilla1.7RC1 on Win2K: OK (but the font of Arabic typesetting is very big!) I see you've sent a followup. That's right, Weft is not supposed to work on anything but Win and IE so no point checking really. By the way, Arabic

Re: WEFT webpage font embedding--Call for feedback

2004-05-07 Thread C Bobroff
On Fri, 7 May 2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Fariborz, (I know you really don't want to hear from eye-rain-ians ). If you're referring to seeing too much rain around here this morning, you're absolutely right :) What I've found useful -- especially for testing -- is VMWare. The reason