In article <cff68b$f62$1forums.macromedia.com>,
"wailly" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote:
Save to an older version of Illustrator than v9, where the file format> 1. After doing some searching, it seems that there's no way that I can have
> chinese font working if I'm running WinXP and FH, both are in English
> (Kind of strange though, as FW is working just fine with all the chinese
> I have on my system.) OK, so I tried to work around it by (again) going over
> AI, type the chinese text, convert it into outline/path, save it as AI9 file,
> then open the file in FH. All it shows is just a blank page. Seems like the
> export/import of different file format/version is not working right neither.
> All I want is just to have the text as path in FH, why it has to be so
changed quite drastically (basically from PostScript to PDF); v8 usually
works fine for me, although for straightforward vector art I usually
save as v6 to make the AI file as simple as possible.
Check out the Character Map from the System Tools group in your Start> 3. Yet another unrelated issue. How do I input the copyright symbol (letter
> "c" in a circle) and trademark symbol (small "TM)?
menu. Copyright is Alt+0169 (type the digits on the numeric keypad while
holding down the Alt key); Trademark is Alt+0153.