Greek character in .svg wrong rendered for replacement- .png
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Author: RainerBielefeldNG

The .svg from a.m. URL contains a "small type Phi", which will be replaced by a
"capital type Phi" in the replacement .png, which is created for using the image
in WIKIPEDIA articles.

Steps tor reproduce:

  1. open a.m. URL you will see the (wrong) "Φ" for the angle
  2. click 'Elevation_angle_0.svg' The .svg image will be shown in your browser (if it is able to show .svg images) with the correct letter "φ".

Version: unspecified
Severity: normal
OS: Windows XP
Platform: PC


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bzimport created this task.Apr 23 2006, 1:24 PM

cdang wrote:

I also have a problem of this kind, where a Δ is replaced by a "D" in the
PNG version, compare


there is also a problem with the arrow heads

For the problem with arrows, see bug 5325.

cdang wrote:

Concerning the \Delta, I'll change the D in Symbol by the unicode character,
which may solve the problem.

cdang wrote:

I've changed the D in symbol font by the unicode character Δ, and it did not
solve the problem: the delta does not appear at all in PNG rendering.

kjoonlee wrote:

Could this be related to bug 8666?

Both test cases appear to be fixed now, after installing more fonts. The problem
with the arrows is unrelated to the original report.

Gilles moved this task from Untriaged to Done on the Multimedia board.Dec 4 2014, 10:53 AM

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