Thanks for sharing!
I've tried the link and it keeps coming back with a cannot find report. Seems that the "p" is getting left off the .zip extension in the link. Can you post the URL directly. Thanks
?? That's the second time this month it happens to me. I'm beginning to seriously doubt my keyboard-a-bilities. Surely it's not Jive, jivving things up ...?
That name again, http://www.jongware.com/binaries/monolinetext.v1.0.zip.
Thanks Again, Jongware
Works fine in AICS6 Mac OSX 10.8.2
Thanks a lot jongware.
Thank you so much Jongware!!!
Thank you very much for this script:)
I would like to ask if it is possible to add extended roman characters for Spanish or Turkish in your script?
If you don't have a time would you please show couple of examples to add your script for extended characters?
As I understand we should add Hershey C-Style coordinates arrays in your script like;
Array( 23,24, // Ascii 126 Array( 3, 6, 3, 8, 4,11, 6,12, 8,12,10,11,14, 8,16, 7,18, 7,20, 8,21,10,-1,-1, 3, 8, 4,10, 6,11, 8,11,10,10,14, 7,16, 6,18, 6,20, 7,21,10,21,12 ) )
But how to find those arrays in c-style, I have downloaded "The full Hershey set for Roman Characters" but could not understand it ;
613 19CaGMG[ RGQJNLMOMQNRQR[ RRQUNWMZM\N]Q][
614 11I\MMM[ RMQPNRMUMWNXQX[
616 18H[LMLb RLPNNPMSMUNWPXSXUWXUZS[P[NZLX
617 18I\XMXb RXPVNTMQMONMPLSLUMXOZQ[T[VZXX
618 9KXOMO[ ROSPPRNTMWM
Thank you and
It's been a while, I cannot recall if I wrote a program to convert the original data format to 'regular' coordinates, or just used one of the C style definitions that float around the web. The format is not extremely difficult to parse, but yes: it takes some tinkering. You can find samples for decoding at http://paulbourke.net/dataformats/hershey/
Thank you so much for posting this! This will save me a great deal of time with the current project I'm working on. Much appreciated!