|Date||Fri, 04 Jun 2004 10:41:28 +1200|
|Subject||[greenstone-devel] Re: [greenstone-users] (no subject)|
Unfortunately, the default GLI font (Verdana) does not support all of Unicode, so any characters outside its range (eg. Georgian characters) will be displayed like '?'.
You can change the font used by the GLI by editing its config.xml files (you will need to change the base file in gsdlgliclassesxml, and user-specific files in C:Documents and Settings<Username>Application DataGreenstoneGLI). Find the line that says:
<Argument name="general.font">Verdana, BOLD, 12</Argument>
and change the font name to whatever you want.
If you are on a recent Windows computer, a good font to use is "Arial Unicode MS". This contains all of Unicode version 2.0, so should work with any language. In this case, you would change it the font configuration to:
<Argument name="general.font">Arial Unicode MS, PLAIN, 12</Argument>
(This font has no "bold" information).
Hope this helps,
George Varamishvili wrote: