Can I use both French and Chinese in a single document?
This enhancement is never for internationalization
but only for switching between various localization.
You cannot use two character sets (for example, French and Chinese)
in a single document.
Is there any plan to make internationalization version of Mosaic?
But the load is long and winding...
Is Multi-localized Mosaic for Macintosh and/or MS-Windows available?
- Not yet.
We are now trying to get a license and source codes of those
I cannot promise, but I think we are possible to make a multilingual
version for MacMosaic/WinMosaic in the near future.
I am trying to patch, and I am getting this error. What was wrong?
% patch -p < ../Mosaic-l10n.patch
Hmm... I can't seem to find a patch in there anywhere.
- The source level patch file is in the unified-context diff format and
pre-2.0.12 (I don't know exactly) patch program cannot understand it.
You might want to get the newest version (2.1?) of GNU patch. Try
ftp://prep.ai.mit.edu/pub/gnu/patch-2.1.tar.gz, or your local area mirror sites.
I have fetched a font file via FTP. What should I do then?
- After getting it, you have to install the BDF font
according to the
requirements of your X server. Mosaic has nothing to do with it.
Basically, make a
.pcf using your
put it somewhere, run a command like `mkfontdir` or your system's
equivalent (e.g. `bldfamily` for OpenWindows) in that directory,
and and run a command like `xset`.
This procedure varies and depends on your system, so please
consult with your local X Windows guru.
Or see the documentation for your X server for details.
See the FAQ for comp.windows.x, question 36, for more.
You might want to use `xset`, `xlsfonts` and `xfd` to check your
work after the font is installed.
[thanks to Bob Sandstrom <email@example.com>]
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