[OS X TeX] TeXShop and Illustrator again
bvoisin at mac.com
Mon Jan 29 15:08:26 CET 2007
Le 29 janv. 07 à 12:20, RS a écrit :
> I tried to open a pdf file created by TeXShop
> and get the message
> ''The police LMRoman10-Italic is missing, etc.''
> I have already the folder TeX-Illustrator inside
> /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Fonts.
> What to do ?
I suppose you mean you tried to open a PDF file created by TeXShop in
Adobe Illustrator. Don't. That won't work, Illustrator doesn't
recognize the encodings of the fonts embedded in TeX-produced PDF files.
The only workaround that I know of is a utility created by Gary Gray.
It turns the characters in the TeX-produced PDF file into outlines
(i.e. they become drawings and are no longer recognized as belonging
to a font), which makes Illustrator happy.
I don't remember the name of the utility or where it can be
downloaded from, but it should be possible to dig that info from the
> Is it possible to ask TeXShop to produce eps files ?
You can, but that won't solve the problem with Illustrator: you will
experience exactly the same problem as with PDF files.
PS Please don't start a new thread by replying to a message from
another thread: modern email software such as Apple's Mail or
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original thread, and put it among the messages from this thread.
That's often referred to as "thread hijacking". That makes it more
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messages will simply be overlooked.
All this is because email software doesn't identify threads based on
the message subject, but on the hidden header In-reply-to, in your case:
In-reply-to: <B75E8C4C-DF34-49E1-95E4-1C0EAA6A6334 at wideopenwest.com>
referring to Herb Schulz's message you replied to.
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