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At times when issuing an output (OTF Data) print some characters appear as # and not the desired one.

 

Generally the only solutions possible are via cascading fonts (812821) or UPE solution (1812076).

 

Using an example text see the following extracted OTF data:

ST0188044Adresse Usines d#envoi

5533333334676776257666726166766

34018804414253350539E530495E6F9

0000000000000000000000000200000

0000000000000000000000000000000

 

 The 2019 character is not suppported in the HP device type's character set (Character set: 1116 Printer HPLJIIID ISO 8859/1 (Latin 1).

This is correct and thus would not allow the character to be printed.

 

Also for reference. http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U2000.pdf

 

Do not that tt is correct that the cascading fonts device type will not work via method C (only via G and S possible..

 

 

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