# [OS X TeX] fonts in htlatex

Eitan Gurari gurari at cse.ohio-state.edu
Thu Jul 5 02:46:57 EDT 2007


> It seems like at some step htlatex cannot find the right fonts. I

> (/usr/local/texlive/2007/texmf-dist/fonts/tfm/public/arev/zavmri7m.tfm)
> --- warning --- Couldn't find font zavmri7m.htf' (char codes: 0--127)
>
> and later:
>
> (/usr/local/texlive/2007/texmf-dist/fonts/tfm/public/arev/zavmr7t.tfm)
> --- warning --- Couldn't find font zavmr7t.htf' (char codes: 0--170)

I revised the bugfixes distribution to provide support for these fonts.

> I think I was not clear, though,
> earlier. It's not that nothing comes out with the equations, just some
> of the glyphs turn into open boxes. In my example the letters A, and G
> (but not M) were open boxes as were all the numbers. So, if I change
> your displayed equation line to $b A_1$, the b appears fine, but
> not the A or the 1.

The html should, and I strongly beleieve it does, contain just a
reference to a picture similar to the following one.

<img src="sample20x.png" alt="bA1 " class="par-math-display" />

> When I do the following:
>
> dvips -E -Ppdf -mode ibmvga -D 110 -f sample2.idv -pp 1  > zzsample2.ps
>
> the zzsample2.ps file has the empty boxes for A and 1 problem.

Didn't dvips complain, say, about missing fonts?

Can you put on the web all the files produced during the compilation
of the following source, as well as the messages issued onto the
console during the compilation, and provide a pointer to that
directory.

\documentclass[12pt]{article}
\usepackage{arev}
\begin{document}
$b A_1$
\end{document}

-eitan