The rest of your comment is unclear. Qohelet 1 6 Java is able to use fonts because Java uses font files, just the same way as iText uses font files. Sign up using Email and Password.
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What do you mean by If everyone would just upload anything he might need a switch causes difficulties.
'Arial Unicode MS' is not working whatever it's Chinese or English
Yes, I try to avoid making users to install a new font pack. I would hate it to see iText used in that way for the wrong reasons I care because I am the father of iText.
I apologize if I frustrated you, that was not my intention.
Arial Unicode MS font family
In your comment, you claim that the example that uses the file hxb-meixinti. I found this page: First of all thank you for your update. However, using the PDF built-in fonts has some disadvantages that were discovered arialuni.ttr testing on different machines, when we investegated a similar problem related to a built-in Korean font.
What should I do about it? You should not convert your characters to images as that would a. A font is a font is a font.
See for instance the FontTest example. The advantage of using an Acrobat Reader built-in font is that it produces smaller PDF files, because it relies on those fonts being available on the client machine that display the PDF, through the pre-installed Acribat Asian Font Pack. There is very little difference with other systems.
I gave you a solution that doesn't require downloading anything extra on the chinesr side, yet you keep on nagging that no one will install anything on Acrobat. Normally, Adobe Reader will ask you if you want to install such a font pack automatically. Related to a Font-Program: You shouldn't use that font program to draw your glyphs as images as that would result in a PDF file with a huge filesize and a bad resolution bad quality of the glyphs because you draw each airaluni.ttf character instead of using the font program in the PDF.
This is possible with iText and documented in my bookarialuni.tf it comes with a severe warning: I'm not sure about the ability of chinees font to support both English and Chinese, or mixed language anyway.
You have because you don't want people to download a font pack. These fonts contain Chinese glyphs and you can embed a subset of these fonts into your PDF embedding the whole font would be overkill.
Arial Unicode MS font family - Typography | Microsoft Docs
You mentioned that iText is able to draw the glyphs but not how. The text is not embedded as an image which means the quality of the text is excellent. So far there were hardly any problems. Once you have that font program: If you don't have arialuni.
A subset of the font is embedded, which means you can keep the file size low.
Unfortunately and like most of the documentation online you refer to an example how it is done on a local Windows You only need the file! Physical fonts need to be installed in locations known to the Java runtime environment.