On Tue, 20 Jul 2010, yinung at Gmail wrote:
> That should now be fixed in CVS/snapshots. But I'm unable to
> the final result since I don't have a Type 1 font that supports
> Chinese characters. PDF should be supported fine.
1. "Save as EPS" now produces another error message: "... exit code
(see the attached PNG file)
So gnuplot is throwing an error. If you run gretlw32.exe with the
--debug flag you might get some more information on that.
2. Yes, PDF part is working great with Chinese characters.
Yes, that's all UTF-8, so no problem.
3. "Copy to clipboard" produces no message BUT the Chinese
characters are messy when paste to Word.
4. "Save as PNG" is working great with Chinese characters.
Again, all UTF-8, no problem, sweetness and light.
5. "Save as EMF" is working
And the saved EMF file looks better than the one that goes through
the clipboard? I'll take a look, but maybe this is a Word
Basically, this whole business is a horror show for any gnuplot
terminal that does not support UTF-8. Aside from NOT mistakenly
trying to re-encode Traditional Chinese from UTF-8 into an
iso-latin encoding (which we now don't do!), and re-encoding it
into Microsoft Code Page 950 for EMF output (which we now do), I'm
not sure what else I can try.