[OS X TeX] How tell MacTeX 2016 about fonts in user tree?
murrayeisenberg at gmail.com
Tue Jun 7 15:14:01 EDT 2016
Herbert Schulz wrote
>> On Jun 7, 2016, at 12:22 PM, Murray Eisenberg <
> > wrote:
>> OK, I ran just `updmap`, with following results:
>> updmap will read the following updmap.cfg files (in precedence order):
>> updmap may write changes to the following updmap.cfg file:
>> dvips output dir:
>> pdftex output dir:
>> dvipdfmx output dir:
>> updmap [ERROR]: The following map file(s) couldn't be found:
>> updmap [ERROR]: ztmsc.map (in
>> updmap [ERROR]: Did you run mktexlsr?
>> You can disable non-existent map entries using the option
> Have you changed fonts? Do you have a ztmsc.map file somewhere (wrong
> place)? I don't know what font that is for but I'm guessing it has
> something to do with Small Caps for the ztm font. Does the
> ~/Library/texmf/web2c/updmap.cfg file exist and what are its contents?
(1) Contents of ~/Library/texmf/web2c/updmap.cfg:
#! Map pdfwolfram.map
(2) The font in question is indeed Adobe Times Small Caps (for which I have
the Adobe-furnished font files).
(3) I have made utterly no change whatsoever to my fonts since the last
time, with MacTeX/TexLive 2015, that I updated packages by running the TeX
Live Utility (with its preference set to automatically enable fonts in my
(4) I do NOT find a file `ztmsc.map` anywhere. But this has not changed
since running the 2015 Tex Live Utility.
(5) I do not have any directory `~/Library/texlive/2016` such as is
mentioned in the output from my running `updmap` manually after upgrading to
MacTeX 2016. And so no subdirectories
(6) The problem is doubtless related to the issue described in the thread
but I again I note that I have made no changes to fonts myself since
upgrading from 2015 to 2016 (other than manually running `updmap` per
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