HMG_HPDF - Export to PDF made easy... (New Version)

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Re: HMG_HPDF - Export to PDF made easy... (New Version)

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Hi Nikos

Did you tried "Symbol" ( Base 14) font ?

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Hi Esgici,
This is the result of using SYMBOL. As you can see it does not work

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Post by esgici »

quartz565 wrote:This is the result of using SYMBOL. As you can see it does not work
Hi Nikos

In .pdf produced in this thread viewtopic.php?f=9&t=2497&start=80#p22288 I see Greek letters.

Perhaps you need use Latin letters instead of Greeks.

I know, this isn't a good way :(

I'm working in this concept; I'll notice when found a solution.

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Dear Nikos,

It seems that the problem is with the LibHaru library. When I had searched for solutions, I found this discussion. Hope it is useful for you.

https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgr ... isacjpIVZo
Hi Antony,

Sorry to bug you, but I have tried all the encodings for single byte but still couldn't get it done.

I also tried multibyte encoding, but only the combination: "MS-Gothic" / " MS-Mincyo" - "90ms-RKSJ-H" works. It won't work for Helvetica or TTF's. By the way, is multibyte encoding supported for Helvetica/Times/Courier?

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Post by esgici »

Hi All

Another sample for HMG_HPDF : Fonts and Code pages.

I can't achieve applying "national" character sets :(

Any support appreciated.
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Post by quartz565 »

Hi Esgici,

latin instead of greek is not the best solution for outside use.
i'm looking forward to your news when you find a solution to the concept that you work on.
thank you very much


hi Rathinagiri,

I saw the whole conversation, but I don't know how this is gonna help me.
which window's fonts can i use for tests in the program?

thanks for your help
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Hi Rathi

I don't know if you have some plans to develop some high level approach for loading TTF file :?

If so, please don't care about my humble work.

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rathinagiri wrote:Here I am uploading again a NEW version of HMG_HPDF:

This version includes the following new commands/enhancements:
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In the sample, I have tried to draw a Rounded Rectangle using Lines and Curves. So, my next enhancement will be RoundedRectangle of user given parameters.

Enjoy!
VERY VERY IMPRESSIVE!

I'm just going to add pdf reporting capabilities to my hmgscript project and this will be a great solution for it.

It is simple, easy an inline with the HMG philosophy... it is PERFECT!

A BIG THANKS!
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Roberto Lopez wrote: It is simple, easy an inline with the HMG philosophy... it is PERFECT!
And... IMHO, it should be an integral part of HMG.

Perhaps, we should found some mechanism to make possible to use a syntax more like standard HMG print system.

I mean, instead @ <Row> , <Col> HPDFPRINT, use @ <Row> , <Col> PRINT.

I guess that could be done using a #define and then an #ifdef, so, we could have similar commands as standard print system.

From now, I'll base all my new developments printing on HPDF.

Thanks again.
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