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Chinese simplified and other oriental fonts for se free2d

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Question: Can SE Translation Wizard be configured to map dwg font to Chinese
Simplified or Japanese Kanji?
Regards,
Lim

3 REPLIES

Re: Chinese simplified and other oriental fonts for se free2d

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Lim,
It sounds like you have the MSgothic font mapped, and now you are trying to
map some AutoCAD font (Gdt.ttf, mono.txt) to a Chinese Simplified or
Japanese Kanji font.

The answer is yes you can map it if you have the AutoDESK equivalent font in
Kanji, or Simplified Chinese format.

When you open a .dwg file, click on the 'Options' button of the File Open
dialog. This will display the translation wizard. Click 'Next' until you get
to the Font Mapping page. There you can map the AutoCAD fonts to True Type
Fonts you want Solid Edge to use for the text display.

Regards,
Rick B.

Re: Chinese simplified and other oriental fonts for se free2d

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Thank you Rick, for your feedback. However, I get to Step 6 of 8 and I can't
see the Chinese Simplified font that I installed earlier. They appear as
quotations marks instead. What more do I need to do?

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T-H Lim
Georgetown,
Penang
"Ricky Black" wrote in message
news:4648818a$1@bbsnotes.ugs.com...
> Lim,
> It sounds like you have the MSgothic font mapped, and now you are trying
> to map some AutoCAD font (Gdt.ttf, mono.txt) to a Chinese Simplified or
> Japanese Kanji font.
>
>
>
> The answer is yes you can map it if you have the AutoDESK equivalent font
> in Kanji, or Simplified Chinese format.
>
>
>
> When you open a .dwg file, click on the 'Options' button of the File Open
> dialog. This will display the translation wizard. Click 'Next' until you
> get to the Font Mapping page. There you can map the AutoCAD fonts to True
> Type Fonts you want Solid Edge to use for the text display.
>
>
>
> Regards,
>
> Rick B.
>
>


Re: Chinese simplified and other oriental fonts for se free2d

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Sorry, I should have said "question marks" instead of "quotation marks".
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T-H Lim
Georgetown,
Penang
"T-H Lim" wrote in message
news:464c0904@bbsnotes.ugs.com...
> Thank you Rick, for your feedback. However, I get to Step 6 of 8 and I
> can't see the Chinese Simplified font that I installed earlier. They
> appear as quotations marks instead. What more do I need to do?
>
>
>
> --
> T-H Lim
> Georgetown,
> Penang
>
> "Ricky Black" wrote in message
> news:4648818a$1@bbsnotes.ugs.com...
>> Lim,
>> It sounds like you have the MSgothic font mapped, and now you are trying
>> to map some AutoCAD font (Gdt.ttf, mono.txt) to a Chinese Simplified or
>> Japanese Kanji font.
>>
>>
>>
>> The answer is yes you can map it if you have the AutoDESK equivalent font
>> in Kanji, or Simplified Chinese format.
>>
>>
>>
>> When you open a .dwg file, click on the 'Options' button of the File Open
>> dialog. This will display the translation wizard. Click 'Next' until you
>> get to the Font Mapping page. There you can map the AutoCAD fonts to True
>> Type Fonts you want Solid Edge to use for the text display.
>>
>>
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Rick B.
>>
>>

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