pdfCalligraph

iText 7 font examples

iText 7 font examples, including: colored text, Czech example, examples Font Tutorial, language-specific examples, reuse a font from an existing PDF, showing special characters, type 3 font, unembed a font, using fonts, ... How to make a single letter bold within a word? How to apply color to Strings in a Paragraph? How to use Cyrillic characters in a PDF? How to display indian rupee symbol? Why isn't the Rupee symbol showing? How to print mathematical characters like ∈, ∩, ∑, ∫, ∆ √, ∠?

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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(PdfEncodings.java:186)
I have PDF file in Arabic that has text with font Type3 when I extract text using PDFBox some characters are empty and their font equals null ? I want to know what is the problem.
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 want to display the special character "India Rupee Symbol" in iText,
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 have problem with UNICODE character showing in PDF file. There is a solution for this that it is not very efficient for me.
Some language-specific examples.
At GIDS 2016 , we have now just demonstrated one of iText 7's more powerful features: the pdfCalligraph add-on. Developer Benoit Lagae and CSO Bruno Lowagie demonstrated that it is now possible to include full support for the Devanagari and Tamil scripts in an automatic PDF process. Up until now, this has been a struggle for most PDF tools because of the many ligatures these scripts need, resulting in flawed lines and awkward character transitions. iText 7 eliminates this...