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    wizzlepig
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    Hello, I pasted a Japanese language e-mail into emeditor and when I printed it out, it was all run together.

    I see in the properties for current configuration, I can change the font, etc, but without pushing the character spacing up to about 10, it all ends up printed on top of itself… is there a way to keep that from happening?

    Thank you.

    #7566

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    wizzlepig wrote:
    Hello, I pasted a Japanese language e-mail into emeditor and when I printed it out, it was all run together.

    I see in the properties for current configuration, I can change the font, etc, but without pushing the character spacing up to about 10, it all ends up printed on top of itself… is there a way to keep that from happening?

    Thank you.

    Which version of OS and EmEditor are you using? Can you show me a screenshot? Thanks!

    #7567

    wizzlepig
    Participant

    Oh, sure. this is the same document:

    left side is the copy-pasted from gmail and it is legible.
    the right is the print preview, and that is actually just what it looks like when I print it.

    http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e158/wizzlepig/kanji1.jpg

    emeditor, version 8.05, running on winxp pro, SP2, with asian language pack and IME installed/enabled.

    I usually add a bunch of line breaks and then print it out so I can add notes because I don’t read so many Kanji, and I have to look things up.

    Thanks again,

    -Will

    #7568

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    wizzlepig wrote:
    Oh, sure. this is the same document:

    left side is the copy-pasted from gmail and it is legible.
    the right is the print preview, and that is actually just what it looks like when I print it.

    http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e158/wizzlepig/kanji1.jpg

    emeditor, version 8.05, running on winxp pro, SP2, with asian language pack and IME installed/enabled.

    I usually add a bunch of line breaks and then print it out so I can add notes because I don’t read so many Kanji, and I have to look things up.

    Thanks again,

    -Will

    Which font do you use?
    Can you try a proportional font, such as MS P Gothic or Meiryo?
    Thanks!

    #7575

    wizzlepig
    Participant

    Aah, proportional fonts. I did not know about this option. Now it works! Thank you!

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