Re: Ligatures and Pango?

In article <8ebc61110511031705w71947548kc25753ea13dac2ae mail gmail com>,
Denis Jacquerye  <moyogo gmail com> wrote:
>On 11/4/05, Han-Wen Nienhuys <hanwen xs4all nl> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> what should I do to make Pango create ligatures for roman fonts, eg. fl
>> and fi from normal text?  I guess that I can get them if I use the right
>> unicode characters in the UTF-8 input, but is there a way to automate
>> this, so the ligatures are only selected if the font supports them?
>Just wait for the patch on
>to go in. I've been using it for weeks. Ligatures and diacritics
>placement are nice :D
>and necessary in some languages so it will go in.

I've done this with success. Unfortunately, I now also get complaints
from users that "November" is rendered as N^o vember (were N^o is the
number ligature, an N with raised underlined o.)  I'm using a TTF of
New Century Schoolbook, that I created with FontForge from the
standard X11 PFB font.  Is this a problem with Pango or with

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