Re: Re: Re: Tk text widget indices.by tos (Deacon)
|on Jul 18, 2003 at 13:21 UTC||Need Help??|
but strangely does not work for my text file which looks like this, if the display is set to an english font:
Hmmm. Characters like these can cause unforseen behavior, because it's not ever clear whether they are taken as ESC-sequences or meta-characters.
I googled a little with your as-ttdurga-font and saw that this is a kind of indic(assamese)-script-font. I like it's pretty appearance, but i wonder whether it can be fully represented by 8-Bit-ASCII-Code.
In your code the font-declaration seems to be insignificant. This was my impression when i tested it.
Do you actual see the desired font in your Tk-script ?
I could imagine that you have to turn your line of thought in direction unicode. Therefore it's a good idea to use at least a perl-version >=5.6.1, i think.