Download pothana2000.ttf font or Vemana.ttf and paste in FONTS folder. Right click on the link and click on 'Save Link As' or 'Save Target As' Get USP10.DLL and paste in Program files Internet Explorer folder. Get USP10.DLL from this link; Once you install the font and place the dll file as mentioned, restart the system.
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The FPDF class was modified adding UTF-8 support.Moreover, it embeds only the necessary parts of the fonts that are used in the document, making the file size much smaller than if the whole fonts were embedded. These features were originally developed for the mPDF project, and ported from Ian Back'ssFPDF LGPL PHP version.
Before you can use UTF-8, you have to install at least one Unicode font in the font directory (or system font folder). Some free font packages are available for download (extract them into the font folder):
- DejaVu family: Sans, Sans Condensed, Serif, Serif Condensed, Sans Mono (Supports more than 200 languages)
- GNU FreeFont family: FreeSans, FreeSerif, FreeMono
- Indic (ttf-indic-fonts Debian and Ubuntu package) for Bengali, Devanagari, Gujarati, Gurmukhi (including the variants for Punjabi), Kannada, Malayalam, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu, Tibetan
- AR PL New Sung (firefly): The Open Source Chinese Font (also supports other east Asian languages)
- Alee (ttf-alee Arch Linux package): General purpose Hangul Truetype fonts that contain Korean syllable and Latin9 (iso8859-15) characters.
- Fonts-TLWG (formerly ThaiFonts-Scalable)
These fonts are included with this library's installers; see Free Font Pack for FPDF below formore information.
Then, to use a Unicode font in your script, pass
True as the fourth parameter of add_font.
This example uses several free fonts to display some Unicode strings. Be sure toinstall the fonts in the
font directory first.
View the result here: unicode.pdf
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FPDF will try to automatically generate metrics (i.e. character widths) about TTF font files to speed up their processing.
Such metrics are stored using the Python Pickle format (
.pkl extension), by default in the font directory (ensure read and write permission!). Additional information about the caching mechanism is defined in theadd_font reference.
TTF metric files often weigh about 650K, so keep that in mind if you use manyTTF fonts and have disk size or memory limitations.
By design, metric files are not imported as they could cause a temporary memoryleak if not managed properly (this could be an issue in a webserver environmentwith many processes or threads, so the current implementation discards metrics whenFPDF objects are disposed).
In most circumstances, you will not notice any difference about storing metricfiles vs. generating them in each run on-the-fly (according basic tests, elapsedtime is equivalent; YMMV).
Like the original PHP implementation, this library should work even if it couldnot store the metric file, and as no source code file is generated at runtime,it should work in restricted environments.
Free Font Pack and Copyright Restrictions
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For your convenience, this library collected 96 TTF files in an optional 'Free Unicode TrueType Font Pack for FPDF', with useful fonts commonly distributed with GNU/Linux operating systems (see above for a complete description). This pack is included in the Windows installers, or can be downloaded separately (for any operating system).
You could use any TTF font file as long embedding usage is allowed in the licence.If not, a runtime exception will be raised saying: 'ERROR - Font file filename.ttf cannot be embedded due to copyright restrictions.'
समाम्नायः समाम्नातः। स व्याख्यातव्यः। तमिमं समाम्नायं ‘निघण्टव’ इत्याचक्षते। निघण्टवः कस्मात्। निगमा इमे भवन्ति। छन्दोभ्यः समाहृत्य समाहृत्य समाम्नाताः। ते निगन्तव एव सन्तो निगमनान्निघण्टव उच्यन्त इत्यौपमन्यवः। अपि वा हननादेव स्युः। समाहता भवन्ति। यद्वा समाहृता भवन्ति।
तद् यानि चत्वारि पदजातानि नामाख्याते। चोपसर्गनिपाताश्च तानीमानि भवन्ति। तत्रैतन्नामाख्यातयोर्लक्षणं प्रदिशन्ति। भावप्रधानमाख्यातम्। सत्त्वप्रधानानि नामानि। तद्यत्रोभे, भावप्रधाने भवतः पूर्वापरीभूतं भावमाख्यातेनाचष्टे। व्रजति पचतीति। उपक्रमप्रभृत्यपवर्गपर्यन्तं मूर्त्तं सत्त्वभूतं सत्त्वनामभिः। व्रज्या पक्तिरिति। अद इति सत्त्वानामुपदेशः। गौरश्वः पुरुषो हस्तीति। भवतीति भावस्य। आस्ते शेते व्रजति तिष्ठतीति।
(निरुक्त - यास्क)
A traditional list (of words) has been handed down (to us). It is to be (here) explained. This same list is called Ni-ghaṇṭavas. From what (root) is (the word) Ni-ghaṇṭavas derived? They are words quoted from the Vedas (ni-gamāḥ). Having been repeatedly gathered together from Vedic hymns, they have been handed down by tradition. Aupamanyava holds that, as these are the quoted words of the Vedas, they are called Ni-ghaṇṭavas on account of their being quoted (ni-gamanāt). Or else (the word Ni-ghaṇṭavas) may be (so called) from being fixed only (√han), i.e. (a list, in which) they (the words) are fixed together, or collected together (√hṛ).
Now, what (are) the four classes of words? They are the following: noun and verb; prepositions and particles. With reference to this, they thus prescribe the definition of noun and verb: the verb has becoming as its fundamental notion, nouns have being as their fundamental notion. But where both are dominated by becoming, a becoming arising from a former to a later state is denoted by a verb, as ‘he goes’, ‘he cooks’, &c. The embodiment of the whole process from the beginning to the end, which has assumed the character of being, is denoted by a noun, as ‘going’, ‘cooking’, &c. The demonstrative pronoun is a reference to beings, as ‘cow’, ‘horse’, ‘man’, ‘elephant’, &c.; ‘to be’, to becoming, as ‘he sits’, ‘he sleeps’, ‘he goes’, ‘he stands’, &c.
(Translation by Sri Lakshman Sarup - “The Nighaṇṭu and The Nirukta”)