[Image-SIG] Re: PIL pb with printing non ascii chars?

Fredrik Lundh fredrik@pythonware.com
Wed, 21 May 2003 13:33:47 +0200

Frank Derville wrote:

> I am using PIL 1.1.4 for python 2.2

> when I try to write the copyright char (from a Python string),
> PIL writes two chars : an  and then the copyright char.

> Anyone has a fix?

are you using truetype fonts or old-style bitmap fonts?

from where to you get the string?  are you sure you're passing
a Unicode string to PIL, rather than an UTF-8 encoded string?

(without seeing a code snippet, it's a bit hard to figure out
what the problem really is)

(also, please don't send HTML mails to this list)