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Issue 117: The text 'heeft' turns into something like hee@,
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Status:  Verified
Owner:  hanw...@gmail.com
Closed:  Oct 2006


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Project Member Reported by hanw...@gmail.com, Oct 20, 2006
Lieke van der Meer 
 
Thank you Mats, I succeeded, but.... there seems to be a strange error when
creating a PDF file.

The text 'heeft' turns into something like hee@, check with:

melody = \relative c' {
\clef treble
\key g \major
\repeat volta 2 {
\time 4/4
b'4
}
}
text = \lyricmode {
\override Score . LyricText #'font-name = "Palatino Linotype"
{
Heeft
}}
\score{
<<
\new Voice = "one" {

\autoBeamOff
\melody
}
\new Lyrics \lyricsto "one" \text
>>
\layout { }
} 
Oct 20, 2006
Project Member #1 hanw...@gmail.com
TTF files have glyphs that aren't mapped to unicode. Use a kludge for TTF to access them.

Status: Fixed
Labels: fixed_2_9_26
Oct 25, 2006
#2 gpermus@gmail.com
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Status: Verified
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