[OS X TeX] Fonts in the pdf output
abellaic at math.jussieu.fr
Thu Jun 29 12:02:45 EDT 2006
Le 29 juin 06 à 13:55, William Adams a écrit :
> On Jun 29, 2006, at 7:04 AM, André Bellaïche wrote:
>> How can one force TeXShop to incorporate all the fonts used in the
>> pdf output ?
> That's the wrong question. Even if a font is fully embedded in a .pdf
> Illustrator will not, and can not, due to its architecture make use
> of them. It is _only_ able to make use of fonts installed for and
> available to the operating system or in a special Adobe app-specific
> Fonts folder for later versions.
>> (I use Utopia+Fourier. When opened with Illustrator CS2, the file
>> does not contains any font, or Illustrator cannot find them.)
> No, when you open the font it complains that the font is not
> available and that it has been converted to the system encoding ---
> in some instances it will convert certain characters to outline ``to
> preserve their appearance.''
Of course. This is what I meant by saying ``cannot find them''.
> Have you tried installing Fourier for Mac OS X proper?
Must I use a font editor to convert the Unix files into Mac OS X
Or do these fonts already exist, as Peter Dyballa suggests?
Anyway, I have not been able to find them.
P.S. What does mean OTOH ?
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