Created attachment 451886 [details]
File contains the characters list for which problem exist
Description of problem:
Some part on Left hand side missing for these combinations. Please go through the attachment.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open gedit and input the combinations mentioned in the attachment using input method.
2. Or else open the attachment in gedit.
3. Observe the left hand side of every combination which is not appearing properly.
Text does not appear completely.
Text should appear completely.
Please go through the attachment.
in attached gedit file it looks proper, please attach application image where characters are cutting, its version etc
Please follow the version number, the problem still exist. And when we open the attached file in gedit we can identify the problem.
yeah, saw it, glyphs are cutting from left sides
as per we discussed last time we should reduce below based shape, so that they can accommodate properly below the base shape.
need to change many shape, will work on it
Created attachment 470391 [details]
Overlapping glyphs issue
Many of these combinations mentioned in this bug, do not usually occur as first character on aline. Hence the problem may not be that severe. I show below a test case, where I have noticed somewhat critical overlapping of glyphs, which can be looked into first.
Overlapping Glyphs for Telugu Font Needing Correction
1. ర్యక్ర (ryakra)
2. ప్టు (ptu)
Pl. see the attached image.
(In reply to comment #4)
> Created attachment 470391 [details]
> Overlapping glyphs issue
> Many of these combinations mentioned in this bug, do not usually occur as
> first character on aline. Hence the problem may not be that severe. I show
> below a test case, where I have noticed somewhat critical overlapping of
> glyphs, which can be looked into first.
> Overlapping Glyphs for Telugu Font Needing Correction
> 1. ర్యక్ర (ryakra)
> 2. ప్టు (ptu)
> Pl. see the attached image.
some more problems need attention:
స్టైల్ = problem in స్టై (sty)
స్మైల్ = problem in స్మై (smy)
వక్తృత్వము = problem in క్తృ (kthru)
భ్రాహ్మణ = problem in భ్రా (bhrA)
Arjun, yes thanks for point the must one
i will try to resolve those soon
(In reply to comment #6)
> Arjun, yes thanks for point the must one
> i will try to resolve those soon
>some more problems need attention:
>స్టైల్ = problem in స్టై (sty)
>స్మైల్ = problem in స్మై (smy)
>వక్తృత్వము = problem in క్తృ (kthru)
>భ్రాహ్మణ = problem in భ్రా (bhrA)
In the above examples, if we consider the fourth one it has half 'ra' as below
base. When ever we use this half 'ra' with vowel sign 'aA' on any consonant it
has some problem, the below base half 'ra' moving towards right side which
should stay exactly below the consonant. Since this usage is more in locale
'te_IN' we should fix this soon.
As a whole, these issues need to be fixed because most of them are frequent in
presently this looks very generic bug i.e. "improve telugu fonts" and so many different kinds of bugs are mentioned regarding Lohit Telugu in this bug.
It will be nice if we can make this as a tracker bug and report new bugs for each type of combination problems
1) >స్టైల్ = problem in స్టై (sty) :- This is problem regarding below base matra merging with below base half form of consonant. There are so many other such combination please mentioned few more like these.
2) >స్మైల్ = problem in స్మై (smy) :-
>వక్తృత్వము = problem in క్తృ (kthru)
In this matra is merging with next part of half form of consonant
3) >భ్రాహ్మణ = problem in భ్రా (bhrA):- This is different kind of problem and there are so many combination affecting this.
4) 1. ర్యక్ర (ryakra) :- This is as well
5) ప్టు (ptu) : This as well
Fixing all together is big change, i think better if we can fix single category of bugs test it and then move for next bug.
thanks Aman for splitting bugs !!
All dependent bugs are closed in Fedora 15
Closing this bug as 'NEXTRELEASE'
lohit-telugu-fonts-2.5.0-3.fc17 has been submitted as an update for Fedora 17.
lohit-telugu-fonts-2.5.1-2.fc17 has been submitted as an update for Fedora 17.
lohit-telugu-fonts-2.5.1-2.fc17 has been pushed to the Fedora 17 stable repository. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.