[OS X TeX] Utopia fonts
acurtis at ieee.org
Thu Mar 25 00:42:29 CET 2004
On Mar 24, 2004, at 4:35 PM, Bruno Voisin wrote:
> Le 24 mars 04, à 19:29, Alan Curtis a écrit :
>> Did you try printing a test page with all 4 fonts? I tried with no
>> success. I also tried saving as Utopia.otf.dfont and Utopia.dfont.
>> The second caused Keynote to crash when I selected the Italic font.
> I just tried with the OpenType font suitcase I had created (though
> calling it Utopia.dfont, I had selected OpenType format, and the font
> is indeed said to be OpenType PostScript by Font Book). Selecting the
> font does not crash Keynote and prints correctly at home (from
> Keynote) to a DeskJet 5550; at work Keynote prints to a LaserJet 4050N
> without crashing, but nothing comes out of the printer. To be sure, I
> exported to PDF from Keynote; Adobe Reader says the PDF file contains
> the four fonts Utopia-Regular etc. in Type 1 format and roman
> Then I did the same after having created a TrueType .dfont suitcase,
> again from PfaEdit. The suitcase is said to be Datafork TrueType by
> FontBook. From Keynote the fonts are used without crashing and print
> correctly to the DeskJet; being at home I cannot test on the LaserJet.
> Exporting to PDF creates a file which Adobe Reader says contains
> Utopia-Regular etc. in TrueType format and roman encoding.
I am puzzled. I installed your otf fonts and can open your Keynote file
without crashing. It does not print however.
But, if I create the font in pfaedit by opening the files one at a time
and saving as a Mac family either as otf or TT dfont, my font crashes
Keynote. They must be a problem either with my fonts or with my
pfaedit. I'll do some more checking and try on my machine at home.
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