Many thanks for the follow-up. In fact we considered it as an issue (not only a new feature) because it had impact on the existing image rendering feature. A chart with this kind of settings cannot be rendered properly to an image. Please find my test code below:
var workbook = new Workbook(@“test.xlsx”);
var options = new ImageOrPrintOptions
ImageFormat = ImageFormat.Emf,
ChartImageType = ImageFormat.Emf,
OnlyArea = false,
TextRenderingHint = TextRenderingHint.ClearTypeGridFit,
OnePagePerSheet = true
I’ve attached the test files for your reference. As you can see if I copy/paste manually using Office the fonts are correct for both Asian and Latin characters, while if I used Aspose rendering the font were wrong for Asian text (Please see my screenshot).
screenshot.png (13.9 KB)
test files.zip (60.0 KB)
I wanted to attach the font file (simkai.tff for KaiTI) for your convenience but the file size exceeded the limit, so if you still need the font file please let me know the alternative method to provide, otherwise you can use any Asian font to reproduce the issue.
Could you please check the attachments and see if the image rendering is a separate issue and could it be fixed?