[OS X TeX] Sierra 10.12.4

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at icloud.com
Wed Apr 5 09:15:58 CEST 2017

> Le 5 avr. 2017 à 02:28, Ross Moore <ross.moore at mq.edu.au> a écrit :
> The metadata does not report this file as having been created by TeX software.
> Maybe it has undergone some post-processing, resulting in Metadata
> being lost or suppressed.
> My conclusion: not an issue regarding LaTeX production of PDFs.

Hi Ross,

TeX must have been involved in some way, as the fonts include RMTMI and MTEX, which are MathTime 1.1 fonts, and CMEX10.

The other fonts are Helvetica and Palatino-{Roman,Italic,Bold}, in Type 1 format. The names show it wasn't standard TeX-Live-style TeX (otherwise the URW clones would be used), or if so then some post-processing involving font substitution was performed.

The names (Helvetica, Palatino) are those of the Mac fonts, so maybe it was Textures.

The file is from the book Abel's Proof by Peter Pesic, from 2003, so the production process must relate to the TeX of that time:


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