[OS X TeX] General Font Question

Gerrit Glabbart g.glabbart at googlemail.com
Sun Mar 14 00:39:52 CET 2010

2010/3/13 David Derbes <loki at uchicago.edu>

> Yep. That wasn't the problem. The problem was the appropriate engine.
> Incidentally, this isn't my problem, but belongs to another poster named
> Manuel. Eventually I got it to work, but only at the command line. See a
> later posting by me.

I read that posting, and I'm aware that it's Manuel who has his heart set on
this particular font. The thing is, though, that I copied your minimal
example into a new TeXShop document and it ran without a hitch. No command
line or new engine necessary, and as Jonathan Kew pointed out, it is because
XeTeX's default output driver does not support the old-timey, classic Mac
PostScript fonts that the convoluted command line is needed. The TrueType
version, though in this case just as old-timey, should just work. And does,
on my system. So what are we, and Manuel, doing differently?
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