Hi I have version 15.1 of Words for .net. I have many Japanese documents that I need to convert from Word into PDF. When I do though, the punctuation is not handled correctly, since they use special punctuation - often times it is leaving it at the start of a line, instead of wrapping a character down before it.
- First, select the File option from the Word ribbon at the top of the screen.
- From the options bar on the left-hand side, choose Options.
- A Word Options window will come up. Select the Save option from the banner on the left-hand side.
- Under Preserve fidelity when sharing this document select the check box next to Embed fonts in the file. Then click OK.
I was using an Open Type font. I have switched to a True Type Font (MS-Mincho), and it does seem to fix some of the problems. However, it doesn’t fix them all.
Do you have a time estimate on how long before this fix might be done? This is a production issue for us. We will be renewing our license so we can get the update. Thanks!
I see a message posted in Feb of this year (2019) saying this issue is fixed. However when I click the link to the update it sends me to a downloads page for jasper reports?
I am using Words .Net (not jasper reports).
I wanted to confirm that this bug was really fixed for Words.Net and if so, can I get a link to the correct update / version?
We have removed aspose.notifier post. We apologize for your inconvenience.
Unfortunately, your issue (WORDSNET-14586) has not resolved yet. We will inform you via this forum thread once there is an update available on your issue. Thanks for your patience.
Is there any way we could pay to get you to focus on this issue? Right now (and for the past 2 years) we cannot generate PDF documents in Japanese or Chinese because of this issue. We would definitely be willing to upgrade to the newest version if it worked / fixed the problem. Let us know what we can do (if anything) to make this issue a priority.
We are looking into your issue. We will get back to you once there is an update available on it. Thanks for your patience.