Re: issue with Devanagari rendering

On 14-01-09 06:23 PM, Parth Kanungo wrote:
Hello Werner, Behdad,


Probably I am getting things wrong here.

I infer that you are suggesting that the fault lies in the font file itself.


I ran my code with different font files available in Windows, like Kokila,
Managal and Arial Unicode MS, all of which contain the Unicode U+25CC.
The output is still wrong.


Don't you think that this behaviour has anything to do with harfbuzz?

Ok, maybe then you should send a screenshot, like any useful bug report has.

Thanks and regards,

Parth Kanungo






------- *Original Message* -------

*Sender* : Behdad Esfahbod<behdad behdad org>

*Date* : Jan 09, 2014 12:39 (GMT+05:30)

*Title* : Re: issue with Devanagari rendering


On 14-01-09 02:19 PM, Werner LEMBERG wrote:

Get a non-broken-beyond-repair font.  Ie. remove freesans from your

Hmm.  FreeSans is actively developed, as far as I know.  So why not
contact the author so that he fixes such issues?

The maintainer is in fact CC'ed on this message already.  Recent versions have
fixed a lot, but the version stuck on most Linux distros is beyond repair in
the shaper.

In general, I've found that both GNU freefonts and GNU unifont have a
quantity-over-quality mindset that is quite hurtful IMO.



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