[XeTeX] Finished testing Adobe OpenType Font Folio on the Mac
will.adams at frycomm.com
Fri Jun 30 15:10:00 CEST 2006
On Jun 29, 2006, at 11:05 AM, William Adams wrote:
> A couple of fonts had strange character issues (capitals in
> particular weren't appearing). Does anyone have access to these and
> if so have they been able to use them successfully?
> ITC Stone Sans Std
> ITC Stone Serif Std
> New Century Schoolbook LT Std
> Times LT Std
> I've tried the standard font trouble-shooting things (clearing font
> cache &c.) and the fonts worked fine in ID &co. so I'm mystified.
Well, I've checked on my pen slate and these same difficulties seem
to exist in the W32tex (and presumably the Linux version).
I don't know if this is a useful bit of information or not, but in
Mac OS X, the not unknown character glyph (portrait-oriented
rectangle w/ an x through it) is set w/ zero width, while in W32xetex
it's set w/ what seems to be the width of the capital it's being used
in lieu of.
Also the numerals are set as superscript for ITC Stone Sans (maybe
the others too).
senior graphic designer
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