Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 206599
[te_IN] - Some of the Priority - C GSUB Conjuncts are not appearing with its actual shape
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:43 EST
Description of problem: Some of the Conjuncts which is used in ancient scripts,
is not showing the right shape when they combine. those are as follows :
List of Combinations whose shape is wrongly showing :
U+0C15 U+0C4D U+0C30
U+0C24 U+0C4D U+0C31
U+0C2F U+0C4D U+0C31
U+0C32 U+0C4D U+0C31
U+0C35 U+0C4D U+0C31
List of combinations whose glyph info are showing wrong in fontforge :
(these combinations are appearing properly in gedit, only glyph infi is wrong in
U+0C38 U+0C4D U+0C24 U+0C4D U+0C30 U+0C40
U+0C37 U+0C4D U+0C1F U+0C4D U+0C30
U+0C15 U+0C4D U+0C37 U+0C4D U+0C2E
U+0C15 U+0C4D U+0C37 U+0C4D U+0C2E U+0C3F
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open gedit
2. Activate SCIM with CTRL+SPACE.
3. Select RAWCODE from the scim-table in Others
4. Type the unicode sequentially as given in the 1st comment but without 'U' and
5. Observe the result.
Shapes, appearing is not correct. And some glyph info is showing wrong in Fontforge.
Shape should be correctly appearing. And glyph info should be correctly written
in the Fontforge.
This bug appears to be fixed in pango-1.15 and fonts-telugu-2.0.6-1.
Can you please confirm the same? patches on pango and priority-A bug of telugu
has mostly resolved these issues as well. Please piont out if anything is
Created attachment 142924 [details]
Fixed Font file
Kindly test fix against fonts-indic-2.0.10 package