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Old 1st September 2010, 05:16 AM
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Font switching at runtime using font config

Hi

The scenario is like this:
User wants to use font A.ttf when a language is English and font B.ttf when language is Hindi for the same font family. All this should happen at runtime without having multiple fonts.conf files.

Is that possible to do using FontConfig?

Using strong binding font config can use different family when some other family is specified by providing custom font.conf.
But how to tell font config to select font based on some external factor?
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