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The Apple Type Services for Unicode Imaging (ATSUI) is the Mac OS set of services for rendering Unicode-encoded text.


It replaced the WorldScript engine for legacy encodings.


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ATSUI Programming Guide: Introduction to ATSUI Programming Guide (1144 words)
ATSUI is not just a technology that works behind the scenes; you can call directly into the ATSUI API from your application to render Unicode-encoded text.
ATSUI has a number of functions that support text editing, including highlighting, hit-testing, caret movement, and caret positioning functions.
ATSUI provides full Unicode 3.2 layout support and supports text rendering support for all the features required by scripts included with version 2.1 of the Unicode standard or later.
MySpace.com - AtsuiCon - 18 - Female - HOUSTON, Texas - www.myspace.com/atsuicon (947 words)
One thing I wanna NOT know is if Atsui was better than Matsuri (chances are though that it was).
Since Atsui would've been my 3rd convention ever, had I the right to go, I would've been very satisfied, but now I'm sick to my stomach when I think about all the cool-ass stuff I missed.
Atsui was a great second con for me! Sooo much competetion during the cosplay contest though...
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