[OS X TeX] General Font Question

David Derbes loki at uchicago.edu
Sat Mar 13 18:55:00 CET 2010

I couldn't make it work, either. I enclose my unsuccessful attempt:

\usepackage[cm-default, no-math]{fontspec}

Does this work?


Here's the error message I got:

fontspec.cfg loaded.
(./provence_example.aux) [1] (./provence_example.aux)
** ERROR ** Invalid font: -1 (0)

Output file removed.
Error 256 (driver return code) generating output;
file provence_example.pdf may not be valid.
Transcript written on provence_example.log.

Maybe someone more knowledgeable can unravel the problem. Again, I wish
you the best of luck. Frustrating, I know.

David D.

On Mar 13, 2010, at 11:29 AM, Manuel wrote:

>> If I could jump in here, now that Manuel's got the TT font, can't he put that into his System Folder and then use Jonathan's XeTeX or XeLaTeX just as I use e.g. BrushScript or any other system font? I double click on it, up pops FontBook, and asks if I want to install the font. I say "Yes", and then I can use the font in XeTeX, with the fontspec package?
> I installed (re-installed, actually) Provence and tried it again, but it gets the same error message. Thanks anyway!
> Manuel
>> David Derbes
>> U of Chicago Lab Schools
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