Maybe not the right forum ?
but is this new encoding behaviour intentional or a issue ?
since 3.6.3 LO no longer shows correctly non-standard-ascii characters
with text imported from a database using Windows 1252 encoding(during
the import), UTF-8 encoding now works fine but gives problems when
exporting to PDF.
Older an recent files with text imported with a Windows 1252 encoding
give problems when exporting to PDF,
Some fonts like Futura Sdt (Opentype) has only the "Latin 1252" code
page and do not shows up when opening in a standard PDF viewer an do not
print when using a PDF engine.
the Adobe Viewers gives the famous error "Can not extract the embedded
fond 'FAAAAA+FuturaStdMedium' some characters........"
We found this behaviour on Windows XP machines, PDF exported on Windows
7 do not have this problem ?
The faulty PDF export is a regression starting from LO 3.6.3 and also
present in LO 3.4 beta.
ok: Window XP is a ending story, but maybe someone has the same problems
with non-Windows machines
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