[OS X TeX] zapf dingbats

David Arnold dwarnold45 at suddenlink.net
Sat Mar 13 23:43:58 CET 2010


> Does the font appear in Font Book? Usually you install a font by opening it with Font Book. Then a form opens showing some glyphs plus a button to install the font.

Yes, as Zapf Dingbats.

> BTW, a font's name is not necessarily related to the font file's name.

Learning that.

> Why do you need to drop the PS file on that "distiller?" Apple has its own in Mac OS X...

Only Distiller can handle importing the javascripts and macros for this particular use of the acrotex package by Don Story.

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>  Pete
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