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The advantage with bitmap fonts are that they are supported from within the library without further configuration. A typical such string would be ‘UTF-8’ or ‘utf-8’ the comparison is case-insensitive. This constant can be set to a variable containing the currently used character input set. The conversion is then done via the sequence of callls. This naming convention follows the standard naming of the available font files from the distributions listed above.
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It is then possible to use a suitable Cyrillic font as replacement of the ordinary font.
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JpGraph supports two types of fonts, bitmap and TTF fonts. By default this path will have a sensible values depending on if the library is installed on a Windows or a Unix system. In theory it is also possible to patch the jpgraph source files to include support for other font files natively but since this requires code modifications of the library we do not discuss this further here in the introduction.
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This naming convention follows the standard naming of the available font files from the distributions listed above. There are however a fair bkai00mp.ttt of freely available high quality TTF fonts see below.
However, for th reasons listed previously it is strongly recommended that TTF support is configured.
Finally we note that it is possible to install additional fonts not natively supported by the library by using the SetUserFont family of methods. Installing and configuring Font support. For many years Microsoft distributed them freely but they are no longer available from Microsofts home page.
If the installation of the library is made on a computer running MS Windows then it is recommended to use the already available font files in Windows usually located in C: The rules are as follows: Due to various legal issues no TTF fonts are included in the distribution of JpGraph since many commonly used TTF font files are copyrighted and there distribution restricted. Text and font handling.
JpGraph uses a standard naming convention for the TTF font files in order to be able bkai00mpttf find the correct font file that correspond to a particular font family. In addition to European fonts it is also possible to use non-latin based fonts such as Cyrillic, Japanese, Chinese, Hebrew and Greek.
Bkal00mp.ttf fonts were put in the public domain by the Microsoft Corporation but they are no longer available directly from Microsoft.
The conversion is then done via the sequence of callls.
Note This could be considered an optional section since the bkau00mp.ttf will work even without TTF fonts. TTF fonts require some configuration and bkai00mp.ttff installation of the actual TTF font specification file. The first thing needed is to make sure that the path defines in the file jpg-config. This constant can be set to a variable containing the currently used character input set. If this charset is not ‘koi8-r’ nor ‘windows’ derivate then no conversion is done.
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The advantage with b,ai00mp.ttf fonts are that they are supported from within the library without further configuration. Some specific rules also applies to each of the supported languages due to the necessary character encoding needed due bkai00mp.gtf different convention when writing the character for some languages. The rules are as follows:.
A typical such string would be ‘UTF-8’ or ‘utf-8’ the comparison is case-insensitive. For any of these languages a suitable TTF font that supports the non-latin based language must be made available to the library. Using non-latin based fonts with JpGraph. Instead they are available from http: This could be considered an optional section since the library will work even without TTF fonts.
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