Hi Hitoshi, plugins/org.apache.forrest.plugin.output.pdf/resources/stylesheets/document-to-fo.xsl does seem like the right place to conditionalize things, but I'm unclear in your example where the language specifier comes from? In other words, I'd like the path to the current file to determine the language, not the system settings. Do you (or does anyone else) know how to construct a conditional within the document-to-fo.xsl file that would (say) base a decision for a font choice on whether a file had a name that matched a particular regular expression? That's the kind of logic I'm looking for here.
Thanks, Karl On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 11:01 PM, Hitoshi Ozawa <ozawa_hito...@ogis-ri.co.jp> wrote: > Hi Karl, > > It's really not just about the font. document-to-fo.xsl, language="ja" > attribute should be added to the > fo:root element when generating Japanese pdf files. > > So, to put it all together, document-to-fo.xsl should be modified to contain > a when block to check lang and output > an appropriate font and language. > > <xsl:choose> > <xsl:when test='lang("ja")'>IPAPGothic</xsl:when> > <xsl:otherwise>serif</xsl:otherwise> > </xsl:choose> > > The question is if there is a more general way to do this than editing the > xsl file. > > H.Ozawa > > > (2012/01/27 11:38), Karl Wright wrote: >> >> Hello, >> >> I have a site which has different languages in the same site. This >> works OK except when it comes to PDF generation. There seems to be no >> font choice that covers all languages; I need Dejavu for latin >> languages, and IPA for Japanese. The problem is that I can't figure >> out how to configure Forrest to use one set of fonts for part of the >> site and a different set for another, for PDF generation. Is this >> even possible? >> >> Thanks, >> Karl >> >> > > >