[jaunty] some font cannot show characters with diacritics

Bug #313427 reported by Pavol Klačanský on 2009-01-03
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thaifonts-scalable (Ubuntu)
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Declined for Jaunty by Steve Langasek

Bug Description

dist: jaunty

when change font of applications, some characters doesn't have diacritics ("á" was "a")
font was "Purisa bold italic"

This is caused by the wrong spline direction, which makes synthetic glyph emboldening becomes shrinking instead. You can notice this by using an extremely large point size, like 72pt. The diacritics are still there, at very very small size.

This has been addressed upstream in version 0.4.13:

http://linux.thai.net/node/178

(But the real faces for Purisa have also been added to gain some adjustment possibility, anyway.)

Please sync the new package from Debian unstable to close this bug. Thanks.

Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote :

This bug was fixed in the package thaifonts-scalable - 1:0.4.13-1ubuntu1

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thaifonts-scalable (1:0.4.13-1ubuntu1) karmic; urgency=low

  * Use quilt patching system
  * Remove fallback from Tahoma to Waree (LP: #434054)
    - debian/patches/01_remove_tahoma_fallback.diff

thaifonts-scalable (1:0.4.13-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream bugfix release.
    - Fix DTD conformance in fontconfig file. (LP: #387872)
    - More thinkness for bold faces of TlwgTypo and TlwgTypist families.
    - Fix spline direction in several fonts. (LP: #313427)
    - Add variation faces to Purisa.
    - Improve hints for diagonal stems.
    - Improve building system.

 -- Felix Geyer <email address hidden> Tue, 22 Sep 2009 10:16:46 +0200

Changed in thaifonts-scalable (Ubuntu):
status: Confirmed → Fix Released
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