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  • The user should have the ability to change the font that is used to render text content.
  • There should be set of fonts available to all the platforms.
  • We could use the locale sets of fonts. When a font is used, then its automatically embedded in the current book. That way I can open the book on any platform and view all the fonts correctly.
  • If the user imports some resources that have embedded fonts inside of them(.pdf, .swf etc.). We should make sure that they are displayed correctly and are platform independent as much as possible.

Task requirements

  • Provide development infrastructure.
  • Make a decision on what font formats should be supported, and provide decoder if needed.
  • Make available fonts embedding.

Task result

  • The result should be code.

Implementation idea

  • Since all implementations of the Java 2 platform supports TrueType fonts, we could support only this format. However we may need other font formats to support resource visualization.



How to demo

  • Run the application
  • Create a new book and place text frame inside
  • Populate some lorem ipsum text inside with a number of paragraphs(lorem ipsum generator -->
  • Select part of the text, open character settings hud and change the font.


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