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Old 10-07-2003, 11:09 AM   #1
koyi
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Registered: Jul 2003
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Make xdvi read/speak japanese


Hello, I am trying to patch xdvi so that it can display japanese.

I successfully installed ptex yesterday and now I can compile a tex file which contains japanese text.(I know it works coz I bring the file I compiled and view it in another machine and it looks great!)

And my problem is I cant view a japanese dvi file with the original xdvi. I know there is a way to patch it so that it can display japanese but I do not know how.

At the same time, do I need other packages like VFlib to make xdvi read/speak japanese?

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