#5 Import templates

open
nobody
None
5
2006-09-14
2006-09-14
Szabolcs
No

Hi,

The import template option is a nice feature to import
a bunch of glyphs created elsewhere and then saved in .ps .

However, I find the documentation of that feature
somewhat lacky, that is, while you state, that the
template is of the form
[uni|enc|cid]$n[.gif|.png|.tiff|.eps], $n a number, you
do nowhere state, in which system the number is to be
entered.

While I suppose, it is decimal, it would be nice to
have it stated in the documentation, as in the IT world
(and especially with Unicode) this is not natural.

So, the real support question is, wheather it is to be
meant decimal, and if there is any way to enter hex
values, which would be more convenient, as the Unicode
charts feature those numbers. If so far not, it would
also be a very nice and kind feature for the next
version to allow hex numbers in templates.

just for example:
uni[0-9]+\.gif <- decimal
uni[xh][0-9]+\.gif <- hex
(using RegExp notation)

Thanks,
Szabi

Discussion


Log in to post a comment.

Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News.

Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter:





No, thanks