> i got lost in fltk site. (trying to figure which version got utf-8 support)Did this version not work?
> thank you so much, for making that clear :-)
> i have already started to port your fl_teachertool to fltk 2.0dev
> if i am successful, i will send it back to you :-)
the guy that did it is one of the fltk devs.
>> Use a patched version of fltk-1.1.x that knows about Unicode
>> (encoded as UTF-8) and load a Unicode font that supports the Cyrillic
>> glyphs. Many fonts have names like "something-LGC.ttf" for example,
>> where the LGC means that the font has support for the Latin, Greek and
>> Cyrillic Unicode pages. (Very few Unicode fonts are "pan-fonts", i.e.
>> including all the Unicode font pages, because they become huge...)
>> My patched version of fltk-1.1.8 is at: