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Re: Simplified Chinese

unknown1
1-Newbie

Re: Simplified Chinese

> Hi,
>
> I have xml-files translated to Simplified Chinese with a translation
> tool. I need to publish these files to PDF with Epic. If anyone have any
> experiences to share about this I would be very glad.
>
> Some of my questions are:
>
> - Do I have to run a Chinese OS in order to make it work?
yes or Windows 2000 with Chinese locale setting (you can set and underlying
Chinese locale and keep an english interface)
> - What encoding should I use?
I recommend UTF-8
> - Do I need a Global Epic version for this?
Yes, Adept 8.1 Global is the last one.
> - What fonts could be used?
The one delivered with your OS (Song, Hei).
>
> Thanks in advance
> Jonas
>
>


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Jonas,

I have only one thing I would check on in this response. If memory serves
me correctly, the Global functions of Adept/Epic have been merged into the
regular Epic package. So if you are using Epic 4.??, then you should be
able to make things work. I looked at the Epic 4.2.1 notes on the
Arbortext site (marketing?) and they say you can do it with Epic.4.2. I'm
fortunate I guess, I only have to fumble through with English.

Lynn


ocollioud
@nagora.com To: adepters@arbortext.com
Sent by: cc:
owner-adepter Subject: Re: Simplified Chinese
s


03/11/2002
08:51 AM
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adepters



> Hi,
>
> I have xml-files translated to Simplified Chinese with a translation
> tool. I need to publish these files to PDF with Epic. If anyone have any
> experiences to share about this I would be very glad.
>
> Some of my questions are:
>
> - Do I have to run a Chinese OS in order to make it work?
yes or Windows 2000 with Chinese locale setting (you can set and underlying

Chinese locale and keep an english interface)
> - What encoding should I use?
I recommend UTF-8
> - Do I need a Global Epic version for this?
Yes, Adept 8.1 Global is the last one.
> - What fonts could be used?
The one delivered with your OS (Song, Hei).
>
> Thanks in advance
> Jonas
>
>


luce
1-Newbie
(To:unknown1)

Tu n'as pas fini de pleurer ma petite OLIVE...

-----Message d'origine-----
De: ocollioud@nagora.com [SMTP:ocollioud@nagora.com]
Date: lundi 11 mars 2002 13:52
À: adepters@arbortext.com
Objet: Re: Simplified Chinese

> Hi,
>
> I have xml-files translated to Simplified Chinese with a translation
> tool. I need to publish these files to PDF with Epic. If anyone have any
> experiences to share about this I would be very glad.
>
> Some of my questions are:
>
> - Do I have to run a Chinese OS in order to make it work?
yes or Windows 2000 with Chinese locale setting (you can set and underlying
Chinese locale and keep an english interface)
> - What encoding should I use?
I recommend UTF-8
> - Do I need a Global Epic version for this?
Yes, Adept 8.1 Global is the last one.
> - What fonts could be used?
The one delivered with your OS (Song, Hei).
>
> Thanks in advance
> Jonas
>
>


eliot
1-Newbie
(To:unknown1)

lhales@csc.com wrote:
>
> Jonas,
>
> I have only one thing I would check on in this response. If memory serves
> me correctly, the Global functions of Adept/Epic have been merged into the
> regular Epic package. So if you are using Epic 4.??, then you should be
> able to make things work. I looked at the Epic 4.2.1 notes on the
> Arbortext site (marketing?) and they say you can do it with Epic.4.2. I'm
> fortunate I guess, I only have to fumble through with English.

Epic Publisher in Epic 4.x is not yet Unicode enabled, so while you can
edit Simplified Chinese with Epic 4.2, you cannot (yet) compose to PDF
with it.

Cheers,

Eliot
--
W. Eliot Kimber, eliot@isogen.com
Consultant, ISOGEN International

1016 La Posada Dr., Suite 240
Austin, TX 78752 Phone: 512.656.4139



Thanks Eliot,

One day I will learn to read what I am SEEING and not what I am SEEKING.
It does say Edit, nothing about Publishing.

Lynn


"W. Eliot
Kimber" To: adepters@arbortext.com
<eliot cc:=" <br="/> @isogen.com> Subject: Re: Simplified Chinese
Sent by:
owner-adepter
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03/11/2002
12:21 PM
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adepters



lhales@csc.com wrote:
>
> Jonas,
>
> I have only one thing I would check on in this response. If memory
serves
> me correctly, the Global functions of Adept/Epic have been merged into
the
> regular Epic package. So if you are using Epic 4.??, then you should be
> able to make things work. I looked at the Epic 4.2.1 notes on the
> Arbortext site (marketing?) and they say you can do it with Epic.4.2.
I'm
> fortunate I guess, I only have to fumble through with English.

Epic Publisher in Epic 4.x is not yet Unicode enabled, so while you can
edit Simplified Chinese with Epic 4.2, you cannot (yet) compose to PDF
with it.

Cheers,

Eliot
--
W. Eliot Kimber, eliot@isogen.com
Consultant, ISOGEN International

1016 La Posada Dr., Suite 240
Austin, TX 78752 Phone: 512.656.4139


Hi,

I have xml-files translated to Simplified Chinese with a translation tool. I need to publish these files to PDF with Epic. If anyone have any experiences to share about this I would be very glad.

Some of my questions are:

- Do I have to run a Chinese OS in order to make it work?
- What encoding should I use?
- Do I need a Global Epic version for this?
- What fonts could be used?

Thanks in advance
Jonas
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