[XeTeX] Differing font name handling betwixt Mac OS X and W32 (and Linux?) XeTeX
will.adams at frycomm.com
Mon Jun 19 21:55:26 CEST 2006
On Jun 19, 2006, at 3:37 PM, Jonathan Kew wrote:
> -A d (auto dump) means it will write the output to an automatically-
> named file, which ends up in the same location as the source font.
> Only /Volumes/Adobe\ Font\ Folio\ OTE/... is probably read-only, so
> who knows....
Actually it's not. It's an encrypted disk image I've got set to auto-
open. Handy to be able to store all of one's fonts in one place
securely (I've got a license for the OpenType font folio, but work
hasn't bought into it yet).
> I think an appropriate incantation would be something like
> ftxdumperfuser -t name -o OUTPUTFILE FONTFILE
> (with names/paths as appropriate).
> And yes, I agree, the ftx.... tools are pretty confusing!
``It's magic, and you wouldn't want to know.
It's magic, it would ruin the show...''
from Peter, Paul and Mary's latest album.
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