[OS X TeX] Font question

William Adams will.adams at frycomm.com
Fri Mar 31 06:47:59 EST 2006

On Mar 31, 2006, at 6:37 AM, Themis Matsoukas wrote:

>> Which version of Arial and Times-New-Roman is wanted by the .eps  
>> files?\
> I can 't tell. The eps file says:
> %%DocumentFonts:
> %%+ Arial
> %%+ Times-New-Roman
> %%+ Times-New-RomanItalic
> %%DocumentNeededFonts:
> %%+ Arial
> %%+ Times-New-Roman
> %%+ Times-New-RomanItalic
> %%EndComments
>> Which version do you have in the path?
> The FontBook says I have two versions for both Arial & Times New  
> Roman:
>   version 3.05 and Version 2.60 (Microsoft)

Do you have these in a folder which Adobe Acrobat is looking for  
fonts in? (Add Applications:Microsoft Office 2004:Office:Fonts to  
Acrobat's list)

If that's the case, it's bizarre that they're not pulled in --- do  
you have access to Arial MT and TimesNewRomanPSMT in Type 1 format?  
If so, try pointing Acrobat at them. Failing that, if you wish, stuff  
or zip them and send them to me off-list and I'll look into it.


William Adams
senior graphic designer
Fry Communications

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