[OS X TeX] pdf font coding problems
matsoukas at psu.edu
Tue Dec 20 09:19:03 EST 2005
I am not using Latin Modern (i.e. I don't think I am - my preamble
does not contain anything unusual). I don't think the problem is
illustrator because when I typeset a file that imports (via
\includegraphics) an old pdf graphic (it was edited in CS2 to include
latex fonts) I now get substituted fonts. The exact same files (latex
source + pdf graphic) used to produce a latex output with no font
substitutions. So I think it's something in the tex installation...
BTW, the whole process of including fonts in CS2 was quite unusual:
the fonts in the CS2 file appeared substituted in every application I
tried (CS2, preview, texshop) but miraculously reappeared as computer
modern in the pdf output after typesetting the source file...
On Dec 20, 2005, at 7:44 AM, Bruno Voisin wrote:
> Le 20 déc. 05 à 13:27, Themis Matsoukas a écrit :
>> As recently as Dec 9, I was able to include cmr fonts in
>> illustrator but now this does not work anymore. Specifically, I
>> was able to copy/paste texshop equations into illustrator and
>> display them properly (i.e. w/o font substitution) in latex. Now,
>> when I try the same procedure, the copy/pasted math in the final
>> latex output appear with substituted fonts. In the meanwhile I
>> updated my TeX installation and this is apparently the reason for
>> this behavior: I have backups of pdflatex output that looks fine,
>> but when I typeset again the fonts become substituted. I've no
>> idea what has caused this change - is there a way to obtain the
>> old behavior? Alas, new is not always good...
> Were you using the Latin Modern fonts? From <file:///usr/local/
> teTeX/share/texmf.gwtex/ChangeLog.texmf.gwtex>, they have changed
> relatively recently.
> Or are you allowing Illustrator to automatically download and
> install updates? Has there been one recently? I remember I did that
> with CS 2, though I don't remember when the latest update was.
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