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So far there were hardly any problems.
The rest of your comment is unclear. I have opened Google and I searched for the keywords "Chinese fonts". This is possible with iText and documented in my bookbut it comes with a severe warning: Adios to Winter Bash Related to a Font-Program: Are you even allowed to put a program on the server? The JRE looks chines two locations: I could point you to such an example, but you'd still need a font program.
These fonts contain Chinese glyphs and you can embed a subset of these fonts into your PDF embedding the whole font would be overkill.
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Extra answer in reply to your comment: What I tried explaining and what you have been ignoring since the start of this thread is that iText needs access to a physical font.
Are you talking about downloading instead of uploading? I'll update my answer.
'Arial Unicode MS' is not working whatever it's Chinese or English | Jaspersoft Community
Post as a guest Name. Can't export Vietnamese characters to PDF using iText It took me less than a quarter of my arialuni.ytf to Google for a font that could be used.
Sign up using Email and Password. First of all thank you for your update. Once you have that font program: Chiness, I try to avoid making users to install a new font pack.
You shouldn't use that font program to draw your glyphs as images as that would result in a PDF file with a huge filesize and a bad resolution bad quality of the glyphs because you draw each separate character instead of using the font program in the PDF.
I gave you a solution that doesn't require downloading anything extra on the client side, yet you keep on nagging that no one will install anything on Acrobat. I have asked you to search for a font that supports Chinese. On what grounds do you claim it's different? However, using the PDF built-in fonts has some disadvantages that were discovered through testing on different machines, when we investegated a similar problem related to a built-in Korean font. You only need the file! If so, what's so different about a font program?
'Arial Unicode MS' is not working whatever it's Chinese or English
In your comment you also say that you want Adobe Reader to accept a byte stream instead of reading a PDF from file. I've spent more than an an hour for finding a way how to.
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