[OS X Emacs] Font embedding

Edward M. Roche (江戸浪士) eroche at mac.com
Tue Jun 3 09:07:14 EDT 2008

We are having a problem with sending PDF files to a commercial printer.

We need to make sure that all fonts are embedded in the resulting PDF  
file, and that the file is "flattened".

Otherwise, the print is not rendered properly.

Does anyone know anything snout this or know if there is a simple  
aquamacs option that will ensure that when the latex file is converted  
to PDF it has all the fonts embedded?


Sent from my iPhone.

On Jun 3, 2008, at 5:47 AM, David Reitter <david.reitter at gmail.com>  

> On 3 Jun 2008, at 12:47, Stefan Vollmar wrote:
>> When using a German language Leopard, Safari uses Apple-Alt-ö and  
>> Apple-Alt-ä to change between tabs (which is still awkward but mak 
>> es more sense).
> OK, this might work.  We can probably bind those unconditionally,  
> but we won't show them in the menu.
>> We observed one redundant shortcut: Apple-<up> and Apple-<down>  
>> have the same function as <home> and <end> so, maybe, <home> and  
>> <end> might also make good shortcuts for changing between Tabs.
> Not all keyboards have home/end, and we also need to be consistent  
> with other applications.
> - David
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