Using font-mapping files to map fonts
To map a custom AFP font to a Java font, edit one or more of the sample font-mapping files that RICOH Visual Workbench provides in directory
The mappings in the font-mapping files are used to display all AFP files in RICOH Visual Workbench unless an AFP font is mapped to a Java font in the Visual Workbench control file.
- Log in to the computer as the RICOH ProcessDirector system user (aiw1 is the default), or with a user ID that is a member of the RICOH ProcessDirector group (aiwgrp1 is the default).You can also log in as the root user.
- Navigate to the
- Open the sample font-mapping files in a file editor, edit them, and save them.All font-mapping files that you want to use must be in the same directory.
- If you edited sample file
SampleCodePointMap.cp, rename it to the name of the AFP code page.For example, if the name of the code page is T1000259, name the file