[OS X TeX] lost local fonts on switch to TexLive 2009

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Mon Jun 21 10:22:11 CEST 2010

Am 21.06.2010 um 04:18 schrieb Kyle Johnson:

> I now have that time. Does anyone have hints about where I might  
> begin looking?

You need to re-run the two 'sudo updmap-sys --enable Map=<name of the  
MAP file fragment>' commands or create a file in the texmf-local tree,  
namely /usr/local/texlive/texmf-local/web2c/updmap-local.cfg, which  
can also set  "updmap options" like using Adobe or urw++ font names or  
downloading fonts into the PS or PDF files or not. This file can also  
disable particular MAP file fragments (for example for the Vietnamese  
font variants or scripts you'll never use):

	pdftexDownloadBase14 false
	Map MinionPro.map
	Map PS3fonts.map

The "commented" MAP file names are disabled, the others enabled.  
Similarly you can control building of FMT files or the set of  
supported hyphenations. The settings in these files are first when  
tlmgr re-generates the system's corresponding configuration files upon  
an update. This regeneration can also be triggered manually. Once you  
have created these files then every time you install a new TeX  
installation it will learn your local additions automagically and  
apply them.



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