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Problem with font family

Hello all,

I have to display my SAP script in three languages FR, EN and DE. I've created paragraph formats and a new font family ZNGO.

The problem I am facing is that when I run the SCRIPT for FR language, output (on screen and on printer) shows ZNGO font. But when I run the script (on the same system and same client) for DE and EN language, output shows default font.

I am not able to figure out why is this happening?? Can anyone please help me with this?

Regards,

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  • Posted on Oct 16, 2006 at 09:48 AM

    Hi,

    Check in which language you have created that ZNGO?

    or check the font from which you have create ZNGO? Can I know the default font name?

    Feel free to revert back.

    --Ragu

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    Posted on Oct 16, 2006 at 10:03 AM

    Hello Ragu,

    Actually ZNGO font was already created in the system and this font was being used in the SCRPIT for FR language.

    what i've done is i've copied this script in FR language and now i am making changes relevant to EN and DE.

    It is quite possible that ZNGO font was created for FR language only and hence it is not working for EN and DE.

    Could you let me know where can we change/view font language?

    Regards,

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    • Hi,

      I guess DE and EN does behave in a different way when you use ZNGO. But did you try copying to different printer font by copying ZNGO or else i couldn't see any other option. Unfortunately i don't have system to access now.

      This is one way to do it. or else i will explore and let you know.

      Feel free to revert back.

      --Ragu

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