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SourceHanSans pgf
#1
SourceHanSans-Bold.otf ---> SourceHanSans-Bold.ttf ---> jpn0.pgf

jpcsp
   
jpcsp using SourceHanSans-Bold
   
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#2
(10-24-2014, 02:21 AM)onelight Wrote: SourceHanSans-Bold.otf ---> SourceHanSans-Bold.ttf ---> jpn0.pgf

jpcsp

jpcsp using SourceHanSans-Bold
Hmmm, what do you mean? I only see a difference for the missing "TM" sign...
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#3
(10-24-2014, 06:41 AM)gid15 Wrote:
(10-24-2014, 02:21 AM)onelight Wrote: SourceHanSans-Bold.otf ---> SourceHanSans-Bold.ttf ---> jpn0.pgf

jpcsp

jpcsp using SourceHanSans-Bold
Hmmm, what do you mean? I only see a difference for the missing "TM" sign...

no also just missing "TM" sign, but also missing other characters such as Simplified Chinese
on the other hand using SourceHanSans is neatly and beautiful
   
using SourceHanSans
   

That is why I try using SourceHanSans

Source Han Sans, available in seven weights, is a typeface family which provides full support for Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese, all in one font. It also includes Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic glyphs from our popular Source Sans family
from http://blog.typekit.com/2014/07/15/intro...-han-sans/
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#4
(10-24-2014, 10:25 AM)onelight Wrote:
(10-24-2014, 06:41 AM)gid15 Wrote:
(10-24-2014, 02:21 AM)onelight Wrote: SourceHanSans-Bold.otf ---> SourceHanSans-Bold.ttf ---> jpn0.pgf

jpcsp

jpcsp using SourceHanSans-Bold
Hmmm, what do you mean? I only see a difference for the missing "TM" sign...

no also just missing "TM" sign, but also missing other characters such as Simplified Chinese
on the other hand using SourceHanSans is neatly and beautiful

using SourceHanSans


That is why I try using SourceHanSans

Source Han Sans, available in seven weights, is a typeface family which provides full support for Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese, all in one font. It also includes Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic glyphs from our popular Source Sans family
from http://blog.typekit.com/2014/07/15/intro...-han-sans/
I see, nice work! Smile
You can send me the converted jpn0.pgf when your tests are successful! I will change it in the official release.
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#5
use ttf_pgf.exe convert ttf to pgf
Code:
ttf_pgf SourceHanSans-Bold.ttf SourceHanSans-Bold.pgf list_all.txt
SourceHanSans-Bold
   
SourceHanSans-ExtraLight
   
SourceHanSans-Heavy
   
SourceHanSans-Light
   
SourceHanSans-Medium
   
SourceHanSans-Normal
   
SourceHanSans-Regular
   
SourceHanSans pgf all seven weights http://www.mediafire.com/download/tj2dbf...ns_pgf.zip
I think SourceHanSans-Bold is the best.
PGF tools v0.5 by tpu

.zip   pgftools.zip (Size: 1.41 MB / Downloads: 34)

no show Koren even I copy jpn0.pgf from my PSP
   

PSP
   
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#6
(10-25-2014, 12:53 AM)onelight Wrote: use ttf_pgf.exe convert ttf to pgf
Code:
ttf_pgf SourceHanSans-Bold.ttf SourceHanSans-Bold.pgf list_all.txt
SourceHanSans-Bold

SourceHanSans-ExtraLight

SourceHanSans-Heavy

SourceHanSans-Light

SourceHanSans-Medium

SourceHanSans-Normal

SourceHanSans-Regular

SourceHanSans pgf all seven weights http://www.mediafire.com/download/tj2dbf...ns_pgf.zip
I think SourceHanSans-Bold is the best.
PGF tools v0.5 by tpu
Thank you!

I've compared the PSP internal font with the SourceHanSans font and SourceHansSans-Normal seems the one closest to the PSP. The SourceHanSans-Bold is a little bit too "bold".
I've replaced jpn0.pgf with SourceHanSans-Normal in r3664.
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#7
Ok, Normal, not bad.
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#8
(10-25-2014, 12:53 AM)onelight Wrote: no show Koren even I copy jpn0.pgf from my PSP
I've now added support for the PSP original kr0.pgf font used for Korean language. Can you test r3665?
The kr0.pgf font file has still to be copied from your PSP.
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#9
(10-27-2014, 05:08 PM)gid15 Wrote:
(10-25-2014, 12:53 AM)onelight Wrote: no show Koren even I copy jpn0.pgf from my PSP
I've now added support for the PSP original kr0.pgf font used for Korean language. Can you test r3665?
The kr0.pgf font file has still to be copied from your PSP.

I had copied kr0.pgf from my PSP, r3665 fixed Krorean language
   
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