> Tom Carden wrote:
>>I've uploaded another test editing applet. It's still not working on OSM
>>data, but it's cute. This time you can type directly onto lines. (You can
>>guess where this is headed).
> Super! But what about non-ASCII letters like ���?
> (Needless to
> say, you should use Unicode for this, to include Chinese etc.)
Sure. It's just Java Strings internally, and I think they're UTF-8 by
> Is it a charset problem or a font problem?
Almost certainly a font problem. Processing handles fonts in a funny way
(as little bitmaps - fast but clumsy).
I'm probably planning on implementing this in Java2d when I'm done
experimenting, so the font rendering should be a bit sharper (and
exporting to vector formats like SVG will be free).