These examples were written in the context of the tutorial Using fonts in PDF and iText ,
My Code: public static final String[] tempString = { "KozMinPro-Regular.otf", "UniJIS-UCS2-H", pharseString }; bf = BaseFont.createFont(tempString[0], tempString[1], BaseFont.NOT_EMBEDDED); The exception: java.nio.charset.UnsupportedCharsetException: UniJIS-UCS2-H at java.nio.charset.Charset.forName(Unknown Source) at com.itextpdf.text.pdf.PdfEncodings.convertToBytes(
This example was originally written in answer to the question How to use Cyrillic characters in a PDF? . It was then used to create a series of other Font examples .
I have a problem when adding characters such as "Č" or "Ć" while generating a PDF. I'm mostly using paragraphs for inserting some static text into my PDF report.
I have problem with UNICODE character showing in PDF file. There is a solution for this that it is not very efficient for me.
I am using iText for creating PDF. I tried using arial.ttf and arialbd.ttf, but I don't have any luck with these to show the rupee symbol.
I want to display the special character "India Rupee Symbol" in iText,
I generate an PDF file with iText in Java. My table columns have fixed widths. Text that is too long for one line is wrapped in the cell. But hyphenation is not used.
Some language-specific examples.