On 12/14/2013 11:28 AM, Doug wrote:
No, it is not a font problem. There are several Thai-capable fonts that
come with Win 7. One of them is Lucinda console. The problem is that
the Thai characters are Unicode while the latin characters are ANSI. I
have the same problem saving documents written in Thai on Notepad if I
save them with ANSI encoding. However, if I choose one of the Unicode
options from the encoding drop box, the document is saved perfectly
well, using the same font that I use for Thai in LO, Lucinda console.
Unfortunately, LO gives no such option. This is definitely a defect in LO.
On 12/14/2013 11:14 AM, Dale Erwin wrote:
Do you have Thai fonts in your font directory? I don't know where you
get them, but that's what you need.
On 12/14/2013 10:35 AM, Dale Erwin wrote:
Recently, I've been trying to learn Thai and have set up an
alternate Thai keyboard layout. All works pretty well until I try
to save a document written in Thai. It seems to save OK, but when I
open it later, all the Thai text is represented by small
rectangles... i.e. garbage.
What is the secret to saving documents in Thai? I think it has
something to do with unicode, but I have no idea how to deal with it.
Any help would be appreciated.
I forgot to mention I am using LO 126.96.36.199 on Win 7.
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