[Mac OS X TeX] Fonts, Illustrator and much frustration

Francesco Costanzo costanzo at engr.psu.edu
Thu Jul 5 22:48:00 CEST 2001

<x-flowed>>gray asked:
>>  So, with all of this in mind, is there a way to add typeset text
>>  (including mathematics) to figures in Illustrator without having to
>>  run Textures in Classic?
>The short answere is yes
>Slightly longer answer: lay your hands on set of fonts (with math
>support) which are done using ``normal'' encodings (not the TeX-standard
>ones with characters numbered 0-31 which confuse Illsutrator), then when
>you make the .eps, there won't be characters encoded so as to 
>confuse Illustrator.

... So where do we find these fonts, will they work with teTeX, and 
will mere mortals be able to install them?

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