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latin1 and latin2 in the same form with a unicode system

We're migrating from 4.6B to 6.0, and from non-unicode to unicode. we need to print latin1 and latin2 in the same form.

How we can do? We try with unicode-device type: in the preview seem to be good, but then (of course) if printers don't supports unicode special caracthers are bad.

I read about a cascading fonts...

Have you had a solution?

tnx

Lorenzo

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2008 at 08:50 PM

    If you're printing with access method S (Print using SAP Protocol) you can use cascading fonts with device type SWINCF (you'll need to download and install it from the marketplace). That will support Latin-1 and 2.

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      Yes.. Solved. Now latin1 and latin2 are printed on the same form, without changing any sapscript.

      But now, the layout of the print are slightly moved down, so it's missing a little bit of document, as the printer as mistaked margins. The same printer, on the same form, with another device type print correctly (except, of course, the problem on latin2).

      Tnx in advance for your solution

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