[texworks] Bug - figure in texworks
Paul A Norman
paul.a.norman at gmail.com
Thu Feb 3 09:20:54 CET 2011
Just a small related question around this,
... starting from pure LaTeX (no included pdfs) to make a pdf under
pdflatex in Tw, what setting - and in what (pdflatex MiKTeX or other),
causes the fonts used to be embedded in the finished pdf please.
I've looked in <MiKTeX>\miktex\config\pdflatex.ini but nothing stands
Except for this line(?) at the end: @38e6b9a12b7aa2dce3f46e165ef1d550
On 3 February 2011 20:32, Bruno Voisin <bvoisin at me.com> wrote:
> Le 3 févr. 2011 à 08:14, Sivasubramani S a écrit :
>> I think the problem is probably with the viewer.
>> I ran the same file in linux system and got the figure with font.
>> The problem has now been rectified.
> For your PDF file to view correctly, your viewer must be configured such that it knows where to find the following fonts:
> namely Monotype Times and Arial. Depending on viewer and OS, it's not surprising that the situation varies greatly.
> For example, here on the Mac your original PDF file, either stand-alone or included in a LaTeX file, is viewed correctly in all the viewers I tried: Apple's Preview, Adobe Acrobat Pro, TeXworks, TeXShop. That's because all of them knows were to find Monotype Times and Arial: Adobe Reader/Acrobat because it includes the fonts; Apple's Preview and TeXShop because they use the standard Cocoa OS framework for using system fonts (those in /Library/Fonts/) and the OS -- or maybe it's MS Office or Apple's iWork -- includes these fonts; TeXworks because... I don't know.
> Bruno Voisin
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