[OS X TeX] missing ligatures from included pdf
hegewald at irmb.tu-bs.de
Thu Oct 7 18:56:56 CEST 2010
On 07.10.2010, at 18:47, Alan Munn wrote:
> On Oct 7, 2010, at 12:12 PM, Peter Dyballa wrote:
>> Am 07.10.2010 um 15:20 schrieb Jan Hegewald:
>>> I have a drawing done with Omnigraffle, saved as pdf.
>> Do you these ligatures when you view this PDF in some PDF viewer?
>>> Herein I have placed some labels using the "Latin Modern Sans" regular font.
>> How could you achieve this? The Latin Modern fonts are not in the Mac OS X fonts service. Can you also prove that this font is actually registered in the PDF file? Some PDF viewers offer this, the command line utility pdffonts from xpdf allows this, too.
> Actually you can have LM fonts installed as regular Mac fonts. I do. However, the LM Sans doesn't have ligatures at all, no matter how the document is produced.
> Jan, if you change the font in Omnigraffle to LM Roman, you should get the ligatures. Conversely, if you create a small latex document using LM Sans, you'll find that the same text will be without ligatures. So if you want a sans font with ligatures, you'll need some other font.
Alan, the pdf from OG does show the ligatures just fine. Acrobat calls the embedded font "LMSans12-Regular". If I change the font in OG to LM Roman, the Latex pdf still does not show the ligatures.
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